On the Hanoi Stock Exchange, the HNX-Index sank into the red near the close of the day’s session before rallying to end on 76.94 points on Sept. 8, up 0.25 percent.

Market value rose by 18 percent over Sept. 8’s session to 822.8 million VND (39.7 million USD) on a volume of 70.2 million shares.
Total national market value reached 85.5 million USD on Sept. 8.

Kim Long Securities Co (KLS) saw the highest trading volume on the northern bourse, with 7.65 million shares changing hands.

On the HCM Stock Exchange, the VN-Index increased by another 2.1 percent to 453.26 points. The value of trade jumped 34 percent over the previous to 944.2 billion VND (45.8 million USD) on a volume of 60.5 million shares. While bluechips were mixed, the majority advanced which themselves climbed 38 percent the majority advanced. Three of the 10 leading shares by capitalication hit their ceiling prices and included insurer Bao Viet Holdings (BVH), Phu My Fertiliser (DPM) and food processor Masan Group (MSN).

Telecommunications equipment provider Sacom (SAM) surprised the HCM market by being the most active code, with 3.2 million shares exchanged.

Foreign investors on Sept. 8, unloaded a net of more than 77 billion VND (3.7 million USD)./.