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VN-Index closes week in low note

In Uncategorized on January 8, 2011 at 4:29 am

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index dropped for the third day on December 24 due to bad news and a lack of support from foreign investors as they stopped trading for the holidays.

Standard & Poor’s downgraded credit rating of Vietnam and some credit institutions in the country. Besides, the Vinashin’s debt of US$60 million had not been resolved.


The measure of 274 companies and five mutual funds listed on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange declined 0.56 percent, or 2.65 points, to close at 472.76 points.


On the index, 89 stocks raised, 120 fell, while 71 were unchanged.


Trading volume significantly reduced over the previous trading session. Around 55.81 million shares changed hands at a value of VND1.35 trillion.


Investment and Trading of Real Estate Joint Stock Company (ITC) topped the list of most active shares in volume with 2.55 million shares.


It was followed by Tan Tao Investment Industry Corporation (ITA) with 2.28 million shares traded.


Saigon Thuong Tin Commercial Bank or Sacombank (STB) tagged along with 2.2 million shares.


Petroleum Industrial & Civil Construction Joint Stock Company (PXI) marched south for three straight trading sessions, slumping 11.18 percent to VND15,100. The company will pay dividends to its current shareholders at a ratio of 16 percent on January 10, 2011.


Sieu Thanh Joint Stock Corporation (ST8) shrank 5 percent to trade at VND22,800.


Imexpharm Pharmaceutical Joint Stock Company (IMP) contracted 4.8 percent to VND59,500.


Ben Tre Aquaproduct Import and Export Joint Stock Company (ABT) and Cadovimex Seafood Import-Export and Processing Joint Stock Company (CAD) both accelerated 5 percent to VND42,000, and VND8,400 respectively.


Long Hau Corporation (LHG) climbed the second day, escalating 4.95 percent to VND42,400.


House Viet Nam Joint Stock Company (NVN) strengthened 4.93 percent to VND21,300.


The smaller bourse in the north also wrapped week in red as the Hanoi’s HNX-Index tripped 0.03 percent, or 0.03 points, to close at 111.19 points. Trading volume sank by 24 percent in volume and 30 percent in value over the previous day as 30.9 million shares worth VND592.8 billion were traded.


Meanwhile, the UPCom-Index slightly reversed 0.09 points to 41.16 points this morning. A total of 150,000 shares changed hands at a value of VND1.9 billion as of 11:15 am local time.

Source: SGGP

VN-Index wraps week in light note

In Uncategorized on November 27, 2010 at 6:20 am

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index failed to maintain a strong rising momentum on November 26, added small change as investors dumped shares heavily to book profits.

The gauge of 270 companies and five mutual funds listed on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange inched up 0.02 percent, or 0.09 points, to close at 439.94 points.


Of the measure, 116 stocks advanced, 81 retreated, while 78 remained unchanged.


Trading volume on the city bourse climbed to the highest level in the past ten trading sessions. Around 45.4 million shares changed hands at a value of VND1.07 trillion.


Vietnam Electricity Construction Joint Stock Corporation (VNE) was the most active share in volume with 2.87 million shares traded.


Saigon Securities Inc. (SSI), the country’s largest brokerage, took the second rank with 1.11 million shares changing hands, followed by Nari Hamico Minerals Joint Stock Company (KSS) with 1.06 million shares.


Viet Nam Active Fund (VFMVFA) jumped the daily maximum allowed limit of 5 percent to VND8,400.


Nari Hamico Minerals Joint Stock Company (KSS) extended its winning streak to the fourth day, rallying 4.95 percent to VND23,300.


Hamico Group Mineral Joint Stock Company (KSH) moved forward for four consecutive trading sessions, rising 4.92 percent to VND34,100.


Petrovietnam Finance Joint Stock Corporation (PVF) curbed its three straight day winning streak, edging down 4.87 percent to VND21,500.


Newly listed Anvifish Joint Stock Company (AVF) and Beton 6 Corporation (BT6) both sliced another 4.86 percent to trade at VND23,500, and VND68,500.


Transforwarding Warehousing Joint Stock Corporation (TMS) contracted 4.81 percent to trade at VND25,700.


Meanwhile, the northern bourse finished week in low note as the Hanoi’s HNX-Index dipped 0.49 percent, or 0.5 points, to finish at 101.57 points. Trading volume slightly dropped over the previous trading session as around 40.44 million shares were traded at nearly VND727.23 billion.


The UPCoM-Index of the unlisted shares market slightly shrank 0.11 points to 40.54 points. A total of 191,800 shares changed hands at VND2.46 billion in the trading session this morning.

Source: SGGP

VN-Index opens week on low note

In Uncategorized on November 22, 2010 at 10:15 am

VN-Index closes month on light note

In Uncategorized on October 14, 2010 at 6:31 pm

Movements of VN-Index on September 30. (Photo: vietstock.vn)The shares of 259 companies and five mutual funds listed on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange toiled to finish in green on September 30 thanked to support from blue-chip stocks.

The Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index rallied 0.35 percent, or 1.58 points, to 454.52 points.


Trading volume slightly improved over the previous session. Around 40.6 million shares changed hands at a value of VND1.2 trillion.


Of the index, 68 stocks increased, 139 slipped, while 58 were unchanged.


Ocean Group Joint Stock Company (OGC) was the most active share by volume with 1.82 million shares changing hands.


It was followed by transportation company Thuan Thao Corporation (GTT) with 855,850 shares. The company announced that it would issue 14,501,000 additional shares to its current shareholders at a ratio of 2:1, and at a price of VND10,000 per chare.


Saigon Thuong Tin Commercial Bank or Sacombank (STB) tagged along with 816,970 shares traded.


From September 10 to September 23, Dang Van Thanh, chairman of Saigon Thuong Tin Commercial Bank or Sacombank (STB) bought 2 million shares, raising his holdings to 28,020,039 shares, accounting for 4.18 percent of the company’s chartered capital.


Bao Minh Insurance Corporation (BMI) rebounded from a previous loss of 3.03 percent, jumping the daily maximum allowed limit of 5 percent to VND16,800.


Long Giang Investment and Urban Development Joint Stock Company (LGL) climbed 4.9 percent to VND25,700.


Bao Viet Holdings (BVH) bobbed 4.72 percent to trade at VND55,500 from VND53,000 the previous day.


Construction company De Tam Joint Stock Company (DTA) ripped 5 percent to VND19,000.


Thien Nam Trading Import Export Corporation (TNA) plunged 4.97 percent to VND32,500.


South Logistics Joint Stock Company (STG) sliced 4.96 percent to VND34,500.


Meanwhile, the Hanoi’s HNX-Index subtracted 0.12 points, or 0.09 percent, to 127.29. Trading volume fell by 25 percent over the previous day as just 26.3 million shares worth VND630.6 billion changed hands.


The UPCoM-Index of the market of unlisted shares deleted 0.92 points to 45.72 points. Trading volume was at 246,400 shares traded, approximately VND3.86 billion.

Source: SGGP

VN-Index wraps week on low note

In Uncategorized on October 14, 2010 at 6:30 pm

Movements of VN-Index on October 1. (Photo: vietstock.vn)Investors’ wariness and reservation prevented stocks on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange from advancing on October 1.

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index, a gauge of 261 companies and five mutual funds, sank 0.62 percent, or 2.81 points, to close week at 451.71.


Trading volume on the city bourse fell by 23 percent in value over the previous day as just 35.7 million shares changed hands at VND933.3 billion.


Among the index members, 50 increased, 151 declined, while 65 stalled.


With 2.89 million shares changing hands today, Ocean Group Joint Stock Company (OGC) continued to won the spot of the most active share in volume.


Saigon Thuong Tin Commercial Bank or Sacombank (STB) chased after with 1.5 million shares, followed by Vietnam Export Import Commercial Joint Stock Bank or Eximbank (EIB) with 1.03 million shares traded.


Biggest losers on southern market were the newly listed Vimedimex Medi – Pharma Joint Stock Company (VMD), OPC Pharmaceutical Joint-Stock Company (OPC), and Meca Vneco Investment and Electricity Construction Joint Stock Company (VES). They all slumped the daily maximum allowed limit of 5 percent to VND30,400, VND41,800, and VND20,900 respectively.


Wood producer Duc Long Gia Lai Group Joint Stock Company (DLG) grew 4.69 percent to VND20,100.


General Materials Biochemistry Fertilizer Joint Stock Company (HSI) went up the first time in nine trading sessions, surging 4.27 percent to VND12,200.


Saigon Fuel Company (SFC) emerged 4.11 percent to VND35,500. The company’s revenues in the first eight months of this year topped VND997 billion. Post-tax profits reached VND47 billion, accounting for 103.8 percent of this year’s goal, and 1.6 times higher year-on-year.


The Hanoi’s HNX-Index recoiled 1.48 points, or 1.16 percent, to 125.81 points. Trading volume on the northern bourse plunged to 22.9 million shares for the first time since the end of August, worth VND554 billion.


The UPCoM-Index slipped 0.01 points to 45.66 points. Around 0.2 million shares were traded at VND3.98 billion.

Source: SGGP

Stocks add little after starting week on low note

In Uncategorized on August 3, 2010 at 11:20 am

Movements of VN-Index on August 3. (Photo: vietstock.vn)Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index was expected to rise strongly as green status was maintained during the trading session on August 3. However, that rising momentum weakened by the end of the trading session as investors remained wary.

The shares of 251 companies and four mutual funds listed on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange edged up 0.06 percent, or 0.29 points, to 491.9.


Of the index, 75 stocks gained, 128 fell, while 52 remained unchanged.


Trading volume recovered as 42.3 million shares, worth VND1.26 trillion, changed hands.


With 1.71 million shares changing hands today, Thanh Cong Textile Garment Investment Trading Joint Stock Company (TCM) continued to top the list of most active shares by volume for the second day.


Saigon Securities Inc. (SSI), the country’s largest brokerage, took the second rank with 1.17 million shares.


Investment and Trading of Real Estate Joint stock Company (ITC) tagged along with 1.15 million shares.


Nam Viet Corporation (ANV) jumped the daily maximum allowed limit of 5 percent to VND18,900.


Thong Nhat Rubber Joint Stock Company (TNC) surged by 4.95 percent to VND21,200.


From June 29 to July 15, Chau Thi Hong Diep, wife of Le Van Loi – chairman of Thong Nhat Rubber Joint Stock Company (TNC), had registered to buy 50,000 shares, but she only bought 12,210 shares because prices were not as expected, raising her holdings to 157,210 shares, accounting for 0.82 percent of the company’s chartered capital.


Idico Urban and House Development Joint Stock Company (UIC) advanced 4.91 percent to VND29,900.


South Logistics Joint Stock Company (STG), which lost 4.88 percent to VND39,000, led the losers on the city bourse.


DIC Investment and Trading Joint Stock Company (DIC) shrank 4.86 percent to VND33,300.


Techno – Agricultural Supplying Joint Stock Company (TSC) moved backwards for the second consecutive day, slipping 4.82 percent to VND21,700.


Hanoi’s HNX-Index dipped 0.9 points, or 0.59 percent, to finish at 150.48. Liquidity on the market slightly improved over the previous day, climbing to 28.52 million shares, valued at VND806.84 billion.


The UPCoM-Index also contracted 0.03 points to 51.74. A total of 404,280 shares changed hands, at VND8.79 billion, as of 11 am local time.

Source: SGGP

Stocks close week on low note

In Uncategorized on July 2, 2010 at 2:23 pm

Movement of VN-Index on July 2. (Photo: Vietstock.vn)Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index extended its losing streak for a third straight day on July 2, amid investor caution.

The shares of 244 companies and four mutual funds listed on Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange slid 0.07 percent, or 0.37 points, to finish at 503.65. Trading value dropped to 15-session low of VND1.09 trillion, approximately 43.2 million shares were traded.


On the city bourse, 123 stocks advanced, 69 declined, while 56 treaded water.


Petrolimex International Trading Joint Stock Company (PIT) lost 9.09 percent to VND20,000 from VND22,000 yesterday.


Hanoi Maritime Holding Company (MHC) ended its four-day gaining streak, reducing 4.72 percent to VND10,100.


Plastic producer Do Thanh Technology Corporation (DTT) traded down 4.29 percent at VND15,600.


From July 5 to September 5, Ngo Minh Hai, deputy general director of Do Thanh Technology Corporation (DTT) registered to sell 5,000 shares to cover family expenses, sending his holdings to 5,419 shares.


Between July 5 and 30, Nguyen Anh Dung, brother of Nguyen Anh Hao – chief executive officer of the company, registered to sell 2,110 shares, reducing his holdings to 5 shares, reorganizing his investment category.


Saigon Thuong Tin Commercial Bank or Sacombank (STB) won the position of most active shares in volume with 1.9 million. 


Thuan Thao Corporation (GTT) followed right behind with 1.84 million shares changing hands, tagged along by Ocean Group Joint Stock Company (OGC), which saw 1.72 million shares traded.


Foreign Trade Development and Investment Corporation of Ho Chi Minh City (FDC) and Meca Vneco Investment and Electricity Construction Joint Stock Company (VES) were the biggest gainers today, adding 5 percent to VND39,900 and VND27,300 respectively.


From July 5 to September 5, Nguyen The Hau, deputy general director of Foreign Trade Development and Investment Corporation of Ho Chi Minh City (FDC), registered to sell 8,000 shares and buy 5,000 shares to restructure his investment category.


Construction and Materials Trading Joint Stock Company (CNT) and Ha Tien Transport Joint Stock Company (HTV) advanced 4.98 percent to VND29,500 and VND21,100 respectively.


Between January 1 and June 20, Tran Minh Huy, chief accountant of Ha Tien Transport Joint Stock Company (HTV) registered to sell 5,000 shares and sold 2,000 shares, decreasing holdings to 3,000 shares, accounting for 0.03 percent of the company’s chartered capital.


In contrast, the smaller bourse in the north performed better and closed week on a bright note as the Hanoi’s HNX-Index gained as much as 0.26 percent, or 0.41 points, to close at 158.39. Liquidity fell sharply to 30.6 million shares, worth VND898.5 billion.


The UPCoM-Index rose 2.64 points to 52.42. Around 1.2 million shares changed hands, at VND23 billion, as of 11:15 am local time.

Source: SGGP

Market finishes week on high note

In Uncategorized on May 28, 2010 at 1:10 pm

The Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index rose the most in four months on May 28, as investors regained confidence after receiving positive information about global markets.


VN-Index, a measure of 230 companies and 4 close-ended funds listed on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, gained as much as 15.83 points, or 3.18 percent, to wrap week at 512.99.


Only 8 stocks fell among the index members, with 218 advancing, and 8 remaining unchanged. Trading volume improved as more than 58.9 million shares being traded, worth VND1.88 trillion.


Saigon Securities Inc. (SSI) held unto the top position of most active shares by volume, with more than 3 million shares changing hands at VND38,100, up 2.97 percent.


It was followed by Saigon Thuong Tin Commercial Bank or Sacombank (STB) with 2.3 million shares.


Vietnam Electricity Construction Joint Stock Corporation (VNE) came third with 1.49 million shares. The company closed 4.69 percent higher.


Eight companies saw their share values increase to the daily maximum allowed limit of 5 percent today, including Viet Nhat Seafood Corporation (VNH), Vinpearlland Tourism Joint Stock Company (VPL), Domesco Medical Import Export Joint Stock Corporation (DMC), and Ha Tien Transport Joint Stock Company (HTV).


At the smaller bourse in the north, the HNX-Index climbed 6.88 points or 4.3 percent to 166.71. Trading volume was 44.8 million shares worth VND1.42 trillion.


After being net buyers for five straight sessions on Hanoi’s trading floor, foreign investors became net sellers this morning, selling a total worth VND2.11 billion.


Meanwhile, the UPCoM-Index of the unlisted stocks slid 0.23 points to 48.72. Around VND3.72 billion were spent on 230,428 shares.


Globally, the Down Jones industrial index rose 2.85 percent, or 284.54 points, to close at 10,258.99. The S&P 500 index gained 3.29 percent, or 35.11 points, to 1,103.06 while Nasdaq Composite index jumped 81.80 points, or 3.73 percent, to 2,277.68.


The UK’s FTSE 100 index and German DAX index added 3.1 percent while France’s CAC 40 index advanced 3.4 percent.


In Asia, Japan’s Nikkei 225, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng and China’s Shanghai Composite also gained 1.2 percent.

Source: SGGP

Stocks open week on brighter note

In Uncategorized on May 24, 2010 at 9:15 am

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index slightly edged up on May 24 as investors calmed down after sharp reversals last week.

The index, which tracks 230 companies and four mutual funds listed on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, added 0.52 percent, or 2.5 points, to open week at 486.19.


Liquidity dropped below 50 million shares, though experts considered the current prices of several stocks to be reasonable for purchase. Moreover, investors hesitated to buy due to concerns over price-traps. Thus, around 44.2 million shares worth VND1.21 trillion changed hands.


On the city bourse, 124 stocks gained, 79 fell and 31 remained unchanged.


Again, Saigon Securities Inc. (SSI) finished in the top position for most active shares in volume with 2.92 million.


Transport Engineering Construction & Business Investment Stock Company 584 (NTB) came in next with 1.36 million shares, followed by Saigon Thuong Tin Commercial Bank or Sacombank (STB) with 1.35 million shares.


Construction company Nam Viet Joint Stock Company (NAV), which surged by the daily allowed limit of 5 percent, climbed VND14,700, to lead the big gainers on the southern market.


Ninh Van Bay Real Estate Joint Stock Company (NVT) and Son Ha International Corporation (SHI), both located in Hanoi, closed up 4.96 percent to VND25,400 and VND29,600 respectively.


Losers on the city bourse included Can Don Hydro Power Joint Stock Company (SJD), Lu Gia Mechanical Electric Joint Stock Company (LGC) and Bao Viet Holdings (BVH).


The smaller bourse in the north also performed well as the Hanoi-based HNX-Index rose 3.27 points, or 2.44 percent, to close at 156.41. More than 37.1 million shares worth VND1.09 trillion were traded.


In contrast, The UPCoM-Index dropped 0.28 points to 48.22. Approximately VND55.2 billion were spent on 4.9 million shares.

Source: SGGP

Market opens week on low note

In Uncategorized on April 19, 2010 at 10:04 am

The Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index lost ground on April 19 as investors turned their backs on blue-chips. The market’s liquidity remained high with impulse mainly from penny-stocks.

The shares of 222 companies and four mutual funds listed on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange fell 1.01 percent, or 5.29 points, to finish at 516.74. More than 61 million shares were traded, worth VND2.29 trillion.


Of the index, 76 stocks gained, 115 fell, and 35 were flat.


Decliners on the city bourse included Dong Nai Roofsheet and Construction Material Joint Stock Company (DCT), South Logistics Joint Stock Company (STG), Long An Food Processing Export Joint Stock Company (LAF), and Hanoi-based Dong A Plastic Group Joint – Stock Company (DAG).


Da Nang Contruction Building Materials and Cement Joint Stock Company (DXV), which close up the maximum daily allowed limit of 5 percent to VND25,200, led the gainers.


HCMC-based Hoa Binh Construction & Real Estate Corporation (HBC) rose by 4.98 percent to VND42,200.


Hoang Long Group (HLG) and Meca Vneco Investment and Electricity Construction Joint Stock Company (VES) were next. Both added 4.97 percent to VND31,700, and VND16,900 respectively.


Thanh Cong Textile Garment Investment Trading Joint Stock Company (TCM) won the spot of the most active stock in volume with 2.26 million shares traded up 4.76 percent to VND17,600. LICOGI 16 Joint Stock Company (LCG) followed with 2.13 million shares. Nam Viet Corporation (ANV) came next with 1.7 million shares.


The smaller bourse in the north made a contrast move as the Hanoi’s HNX-Index gained 0.44 points, or 0.25 percent, to 173.04. Around 56.23 million shares, worth VND1.94 trillion, were changed hands.


The UPCoM-Index also rose 0.65 points to 44.75. A total of 1.5 million shares was traded at VND21 billion.

Source: SGGP