Projector screens show share prices at Saigon Securities Inc’s trading house in Hanoi (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – The stock market ended in the red on June 14 when both VN-Index and HNX-Index fell in the two bourses.

In the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE), VN-Index was kept at 1,030.53 points in the beginning of the trading session but then plunged continuously and ended at 1,015.72 points, down 14.81 points.

Nearly 167 million shares worth more than 4.59 trillion VND (202.19 million USD) were traded on the HoSE.

MNS was the only large-cap stock recording a price rise while the others dropped sharply. BVH and GAS tumbled 5,600 VND and 2,600 VND per share, respectively, while VIC and SAB lost 2,000 VND per share.

In the VN30 basket, which measures the performance of the top 30 stocks in terms of market capitalisation and liquidity on the HoSE, price declines were seen in 21 stocks, and three others posted unchanged prices. Only six stocks were up.

VN30-Index dropped 14.28 points to 1,004.31 points with over 43 million units worth some 1.96 trillion VND (86.34 million USD) traded.

In the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX), HNX-Index was down 1.75 points to 114.91 points with 40 million shares changed hands for 526 billion VND (23.17 million USD).

Meanwhile, HNX30-Index, tracking the 30 leading shares on the HNX, fell 4.08 points to 206.32 points. The northern bourse witnessed over 22 million shares traded at 408 billion VND (17.97 million USD).

The UpCoM-Index on the Unlisted Public Company Market (UpCoM) dropped by 0.1 point to 53.1 points when more than 8 million shares worth nearly 275 billion VND (12.11 million USD) were traded.-VNA