VN-Index hits new high at week’s beginning hinh anh 1Illustrative photo. (Source: VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) – The benchmark VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) set a new record high on November 8 morning, inching up 7.89 points to hit 1,464.4 points on the back of oil, insurance, securities, real estate and retail stocks.

The HNX-Index on the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX), meanwhile, picked up 5.25 points to close the morning session at 432.89 points.

The stock market’s liquidity exceeded 1 billion USD during the session.

The southern bourse saw over 630 million shares traded for over 18.11 trillion VND. There were 267 stocks rising, 163 sliding and 44 ending flat on the market.

More than 103.3 million shares, worth nearly 2.53 trillion VND, were traded on the northern bourse. There were 137 stocks increasing, 92 stocks declining and 123 ending flat.

The UPCoM-Index for unlisted public companies edged up 0.55 points to reach 108.75 points, with more than 103.2 million stocks traded on the market for over 2.26 trillion VND. There were 219 stocks gaining, 106 decreasing and 571 ending flat.

The HOSE experienced net buying of some 23.5 billion VND on HOSE and over 4.93 billion on HNX from foreign investors, while they net sold 18.13 billion VND on UPCoM./.