Following a deep decline, the stock market rebounded in the early days of February. The VN-Index closed the trading session with a gain of 8.71 points (0.75%) to 1,173 points. Liquidity also declined after a sharp increase with trading value on the HOSE reaching nearly VND 13,000 billion. Foreign trading continued to be a positive factor with a net purchase of VND 83 billion across the market.
On the HOSE, foreign investors were net buyers with an approximate value of VND 61 billion.
During the buying session, the focus of net buying was PNJ shares with a value of VND 293 billion. Following that, HPG and MWG were also net bought with values of VND 61 billion and VND 57 billion, respectively. In addition, CTG and VCI also made the list of net buyers on HoSE with values of VND 17 billion and VND 16 billion.
In contrast, VHM faced the strongest selling pressure from foreign investors with a value of VND 72 billion, followed by VRE and VIC with VND 49 billion and VND 48 billion for each stock, respectively.
On the HNX, foreign investors were net buyers with a value of VND 15 billion.
During the buying session, IDC was the strongest net buying stock with a value of VND 18 billion. In addition, TNG ranked second on the list of strong net buyers on the HNX with VND 7.6 billion. Foreign investors also net bought DTD, MBG, DHT with relatively small values.
On the other hand, VCS was the stock facing selling pressure from foreign investors with a value of VND 3.7 billion, followed by PMS being sold for about VND 2 billion.
On the UPCOM, foreign investors were net sellers with more than VND 7 billion.
During the buying session, VEA shares were bought by foreign investors for VND 7 billion. Similarly, VAB and SQP also had net purchases of each stock ranging from a few billion.
ND2 was heavily sold by foreign investors today with a net selling value of about VND 1.3 billion. In addition, they also sold net positions in AAS, VTP, WSB,…