VN-Index sets new peak, exceeding 868 points

A number of blue-chips in the trading session on the stock market of Vietnam increased sharply.

VN-Index exceeds 868 points

VN-Index exceeds 868 points

The large- cap stocks as Dairy giant Vinamilk (VNM), Vincom Retail (VRE) hit the ceiling which  surged VN-Index to increase nearly 8 points, setting new peak and exceeding 868 points.

At the end of the trading session, the VN-Index increased 7.81 points (up 0.91 percent) to 868.21 points with 147 stocks gained, 84 stocks were flat and 115 stocks declined.

The VN30-Index also gained 5.5 points (up 0.64 percent) with 19 stocks surged, 4 stocks were flat and 7 stocks declined.

At the end of trading session in Hanoi, the HNX-Index increased 0.51 points (up 0.48 percent) to 106.37 points with 95 stocks gained, 119 stocks were flat and 84 stocks declined.

The HNX3-Index also surged 0.21 points (up 0.11 percent) to 198.36 points with 7 stocks gained, 8 stocks were flat and 11 stocks declined. 

The total trading value of the whole market reached nearly VND 6,470 billion.


BY NHUNG NGUYEN – Translated by Huyen Huong

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