The VN-Index rebounded 1.56 percent on Oct. 20 to close at 616.58 points, as most shares gained value on the HCM Stock Exchange.

Advancers outnumbered decliners by 139 to 29 , while trading volume rose by 8 percent over Oct. 19’s session to 86 million shares, worth a combined 4.5 trillion VND (250 million USD).

On the Hanoi Stock Exchange, the HNX-Index advanced 2.29 percent to end the day at 214.87. The value of the day’s trades reached 2.3 trillion VND (127.8 million USD) on a volume of 52.6 million shares, with advancers outnumbering decliners by 202 to 16.

In HCM, foreign investors became net sellers of 897,700 shares, worth 55.3 billion VND (3.1 million USD), while they were responsible in Hanoi for a net sales volume of about a million shares, worth 59.9 billion VND (3.3 million USD).

The unlisted public company market witnessed its seventh straight day of increases, as the UPCoM-Index advanced 3.47 percent to close at 76.97 points./.