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HCM City shares flat as capital enjoys modest market gains

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Shares closed stagnant in Ho Chi Minh City on November 4, while the market made gains on the Hanoi Stock Exchange.

In Ho Chi Minh City, the VN-Index lost 0.01 point to end the day at 497.07 points, despite risers overwhelming losers by 143-68. The total trading value reached 851.5 billion VND (40.54 million USD) through the exchange of more than 56.125 million shares.

The VN30-Index, tracking the southern hub's top shares by capitalisation and liquidity, rose 0.04 percent to close at 554.97 points.

Of those, 12 codes managed to increase while 11 tumbled and 7 stayed flat. Notably, PetroVietnam Drilling (PVD) gained 2,000 VND (0.095 USD) to reach 64,500 VND (3.07 USD) per share, Ocean Group (OGC) rose 4.6 percent to 11,100 VND (0.52 USD) per share and Hoa Sen Group (HSG) jumped 1.8 percent to 38,900 VND (1.85 USD) per share.

Ten out of 11 decliners lost around 100 VND (0.004 USD) per share and Vietcombank (VCB) tumbled by 500 VND (0.023 USD).

Tan Tao Investment and Industry Corporation (ITA) led the southern bourse in terms of liquidity on November 4 with 5.3 million shares changing hands, followed by Ocean Group (OGC) with 3.7 million swaps.

On the Hanoi Stock Exchange, the HNX-Index added 0.56 percent, finishing at 62.43 points. With more than 46.85 million shares bought and sold, trading value reached around 292.98 billion VND (13.95 million USD).

The HNX30, composed of the capital city's 30 largest shares, rallied by 1.08 percent to 117.09 points.

On the day, Hanoi-listed Song Da Group saw many of its members shares surge as SD6, SD7, SD9, SDD and SDP all reached their ceiling prices.

According to Vietnam Investment Securities Company, the market was attracting significant cashflows, reflecting investors' expectations of positive movements.

The picture of companies' quarterly reports was almost clear and no longer had a large impact on the market, the company added./.
In Ho Chi Minh City, the VN-Index lost 0.01 point to end the day at 497.07 points, despite risers overwhelming losers by 143-68. The total trading value reached 851.5 billion VND (40.54 million USD) through the exchange of more than 56.125 million shares.

The VN30-Index, tracking the southern hub's top shares by capitalisation and liquidity, rose 0.04 percent to close at 554.97 points.

Of those, 12 codes managed to increase while 11 tumbled and 7 stayed flat. Notably, PetroVietnam Drilling (PVD) gained 2,000 VND (0.095 USD) to reach 64,500 VND (3.07 USD) per share, Ocean Group (OGC) rose 4.6 percent to 11,100 VND (0.52 USD) per share and Hoa Sen Group (HSG) jumped 1.8 percent to 38,900 VND (1.85 USD) per share.

Ten out of 11 decliners lost around 100 VND (0.004 USD) per share and Vietcombank (VCB) tumbled by 500 VND (0.023 USD).

Tan Tao Investment and Industry Corporation (ITA) led the southern bourse in terms of liquidity on November 4 with 5.3 million shares changing hands, followed by Ocean Group (OGC) with 3.7 million swaps.

On the Hanoi Stock Exchange, the HNX-Index added 0.56 percent, finishing at 62.43 points. With more than 46.85 million shares bought and sold, trading value reached around 292.98 billion VND (13.95 million USD).

The HNX30, composed of the capital city's 30 largest shares, rallied by 1.08 percent to 117.09 points.

On the day, Hanoi-listed Song Da Group saw many of its members shares surge as SD6, SD7, SD9, SDD and SDP all reached their ceiling prices.

According to Vietnam Investment Securities Company, the market was attracting significant cashflows, reflecting investors' expectations of positive movements.

The picture of companies' quarterly reports was almost clear and no longer had a large impact on the market, the company added.-VNA
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