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VN Index reverses to go up, HASTC Index keeps rising   2009-04-01 - Intellasia | AtpVietnam

Ending the first session of April, the stock market reversed to rally when the VN Index bounced back 8.85 points or 3.15% from the previous session to close at 289.52 pts with total matching order trade of over 20.4 million shares worth 424.53 billion dong.

Nearly 90% of listed share codes on the southern bourse surged. Particularly, prices of 159 share codes increased, 15 down and seven standing at comparative prices.

Blue chips massively saw the ceiling rise in price.

10 largest cap shares on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (STC) witnessed an impressive jump, typically DPM and HPG +1,500 dong to 33,100 dong and 32,200 dong per share, FPT +2,200 to 47,100, PPC +1,200 to 26,200, and VPL +2,000 to 51,000 dong per share, followed by STB, VNM, VIC, PVF and PVD.

Only HAG of Hoang Anh Gia Lai dipped 500 dong down to 53,500 dong each while penny shares such as BAS, COM, BTC, FPC and MTG recorded a floor reduction in prices.

Leading the market in terms of trading volume was still STB with 2.41 million shares being traded, SSI with 1.02 million, DPM with 850,000 shares, HPG 850,000, REE with 810,000, SAM with 800,000 and ITA with 650,000 shares.

Meanwhile, the HASTC Index continued rising by 2.46 points or 2.50% from March 31 to end at 100.83 pts with the market trade of 11,881,100 shares for nearly 223.841 billion dong.

Price gainers were 101 share codes, six down and seven stood still.

For example, BVS rose by 1,400 dong and CCM climbed to 18,700 dong per share.

However, the increasing impetus of HASTC Index is standing still however ACB still was up 800 dong to 29,400 dong per share.
Losers included BHV, MCO, PTM and TPH.



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