Mixed fortunes for the stock markets on June 3.
Vietnam’s stock markets had a differing June 3, with indexes on HSX falling and those on HNX rising. The VN-Index was down 1.49 points (0.24 per cent) and the VN30-Index 0.13 points (0.02 per cent) on the former while the HNX-Index increased 0.21 points (0.25 per cent) and the HNX30-Index 0.92 points (0.62 per cent) on the latter.
The UpCoM Index increased, by 0.05 points (0.09 per cent).
HSX saw 106 shares increase and 105 decrease while HNX saw 188 increase and 135 decrease.
Liquidity on HSX was a healthy VND1.8 trillion ($80.31 million).
The VN-Index fluctuated between 621 and 624 points. It peaked at 624.92 points late in the afternoon session then fell in the final minutes of trade to close at 621.88 points; its lowest point for the day.
GAS had a negative influence on the market, remaining around its opening price for most of the day before slipping 1.6 per cent in the last few minutes of trade. Conversely, PVD increased by 1.6 per cent.
BID was another large cap to finish down, by 1.1 per cent. CTG joined it in negative territory, falling 0.6 per cent.
VCB increased 0.4 per cent, VIC 0.9 per cent and HPG 1.1 per cent, while VNM and MSN closed at their opening price.
On HNX, ACB closed at its opening price, while VCG increased the most among large caps, by 5.2 per cent. Other large caps to rise included SHB, by 1.6 per cent, VSC 1.3 per cent and PVS 1.1 per cent.
Foreign investors net bought on both markets, by VND27 billion ($1.2 million) on HSX and VND769.59 million ($34,339) on HNX.