The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE), on which the VN-Index is based, saw 258 stocks gaining and 173 losing. Total trading volume abated slightly over the previous session, to 17.1 trillion ($741.7 million).The benchmark index had flitted in and out of the red througout the trading day, but picked up in the final hour of trading as buy orders piled into the stock market’s big caps.The highlight of this session came from the value of stocks bought by foreign investors, who scooped up a net of over VND940 billion on the HoSE, the biggest single-session net buy the bourse has seen since early September last year. They had been net selling in the previous five sessions.The two most net bought tickers were VIC of private conglomerate Vingroup (down 0.6 percent), to the tune of VND623 billion, and KBC of real estate developer Kinh Bac City Development (up 6.9 percent), to the tune of VND361 billion.The VN30-Index of the market’s 30 biggest caps drove climbed 0.38 percent, driving gains on the general market, with 14 gainers and 15 losers.Topping gains for the fourth consecutive session was ROS of construction firm FLC Faros, up 6.8 percent and hitting its ceiling price…. Read full this story
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