Shares rose on June 15 with improved market value and volume, as blue chips climbed, helping lift other shares.

On the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, the VN-Index gained 1.8 percent to close the session at 433.09 points. The value of trades reached 1.3 trillion VND (61.9 million USD). Advancers outnumbered decliners by 176-64.

Up to 80 percent of the 30 leading shares rallied, with 10 hitting their ceiling prices, including real estate developers Tan Tao Investment Industry (ITA), Development Investment Construction (DIG) and Becamex Infrastructure Development (IJC), as well as PetroVietnam Finance (PVF).

The VN30 Index gained by over 1.5 percent overall to stand at 507.94 points.

Sacombank (STB) was the most-active share on the southern bourse with 12.6 million traded. However, it lost 3.6 percent to stand at 21,500 VND per share.

On the Hanoi Stock Exchange, gainers overwhelmed losers, helping push the HNX-Index up by 0.8 per cent to finish the day at 74.84 points. Volume climbed by 51 percent to over 564 billion VND (26.8 million USD), as around 53.9 million shares changed hands.

PetroVietnam Construction Co (PVX) was the most-active share on June 15 on a volume of 8.9 million, before closing up by 2.9 percent.

Looking ahead, analysts continued to see benchmark indices moving below their resistance levels of 443 and 77 points. -VNA