VN30 and HNX30 both end in opposite direction to main indexes.
Blue chips went against overall market trends on June 15, with the VN-Index increasing 1.59 points (0.25 per cent) and the VN30-Index fell 1.17 points (0.19 per cent) on HSX while, conversely, the HNX-Index fell 0.01 points (0.01 per cent) while the HNX30-Index rose 0.25 points (0.16 per cent) on HNX.
The UpCoM Index closed up 1.15 points (1.99 per cent).
HSX saw 109 shares increasing and 103 decreasing while HNX saw 171 increasing and 104 decreasing.
Liquidity on HSX was around VND1.7 trillion ($76.17 million), an increase of 4 per cent against the previous day, while liquidity on HNX was VND541 billion ($24.24 million), 5 per cent less.
The VN-Index began the morning session by falling to 622.25 points before heading up to 625.84 points late on then closed at 622.98 points. In the afternoon it peaked at 628.51 points before closing at 627.02 points.
Most large caps on HSX closed at their opening price, including VNM, VIC, CTG, BID, MBB and BVH.
GAS had a positive influence on the market, rising 2.5 per cent, while VCB fell 1 per cent.
Falling large caps included STB, down 0.8 per cent, MSN 0.7 per cent and FPT 0.5 per cent.
On HNX, ACB and SHB closed at their opening price while NTP, VCS and DBC increased 2.1 per cent, 2 per cent and 1.2 per cent, respectively.
PHP, meanwhile, closed down 4.5 per cent, VCG 0.8 per cent and PVS 0.5 per cent.
Foreign investors net sold on HSX by some VND15 billion ($672,150) and net bought on HNX by some VND2 billion ($89,620).