The Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index regained on April 2 thanks to recovering purchasing power with most of shares in the VN30 basket having rebounded.
The VN-Index recouped 7.94 points, or 1.47 percent, to close at 546.85 points. There were 159 stocks winning, 66 losing, and 57 remaining unchanged.
The VN30-Index of the city’s 30 leading shares in market capitalization and liquidity also revived 6.65 points, or 1.17 percent, to 576.13 points with 28 winners while 2 stocks were unchanged.
The HNX-Index rallied 1.13 points, or 1.4 percent, to 81.6 points with 135 gainers, 51 losers while 183 shares stalled.
The HNX30-Index surged 3.24 points, or 2.15 points, to 153.64 points. Of the index, 24 stocks went up, one dropped, and 5 were unmoved.
The market’s total trading value nearly touched VND1.9 trillion.