Four consecutive days of increases sees Index fully recover on June 30.
As indexes on HSX rose slightly on June 30 those on HNX headed in the opposite direction. On HSX, the VN-Index increased 2.14 points (0.34 per cent) and the VN30-Index 0.4 points (0.06 per cent) while on HNX the HNX-Index fell 0.02 points (0.02 per cent) and the HNX30-Index 0.57 points (0.37 per cent).
The UpCoM Index increased by 0.6 points (1.04 per cent).
Liquidity on HSX totaled VND2 trillion ($89.68 million) via order matching, 12 per cent lower than yesterday, while HNX saw some VND537 billion ($24.07 million) changing hands, 5 per cent lower.
HSX saw 103 shares increase and 127 decrease while HNX saw 185 increase and 128 decrease.
The VN-Index rose briefly in the morning, to 637.42 points, then fluctuated around 635 points before easing in the closing minutes to finish at 634.01 points. It headed upwards in the afternoon session, reaching 634.59 points before closing at 632.26 points.
The VN-Index increased for the fourth consecutive day and has now recovered all losses that followed the Brexit decision in the UK.
Among large caps, VIC increased 2.9 points, VNM 1.4 points, and GAS and HPG 0.8 points.
VCB closed at its opening price.
Falling large caps included MWG, by 1.6 per cent, BVH 0.8 per cent, MBB and MSN 0.7 per cent, and BID and CTG 0.6 per cent.
On HNX, ACB and PVI closed at their opening price, while VNR, CHP, VCS, NTP and DBC rose 3.7 per cent, 3.5 per cent, 2.1 per cent, 1.2 per cent and 0.8 per cent, respectively. Falling large caps included VCG, by 3.4 per cent, SHB 1.6 per cent, PHP 1.5 per cent and PVS 0.5 per cent.
Foreign investors net bought on both markets, by VND62 billion ($2.78 million) on HSX and VND58 billion ($2.6 million) on HNX.