Individuals and small businesses boost pre-Tet stock accumulation, buying only bank stocks

Individuals and Freelancers are the ones who gather a total value of about 600 billion primarily by buying into the Banking group...

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The money continues to move away from the banking group, putting pressure on the index. The Vn-Index eventually dropped slightly by 0.47 points to the 1,172 level. The breadth was negative with 267 stocks declining and 199 stocks increasing. Among them, the banking group continued to experience strong adjustments. This group decreased by 0.29% in the last session of the week, with BID falling by 0.74%, CTG falling by 1.09%, VPB falling by 1.83%, VIB falling by 1.94%, and MBB falling by 0.68%. These 5 stocks alone wiped out 2 points from the index, with VCB increasing by 0.58%, pulling back by 0.68 points, and HDB and ACB pulling back another 0.6 points.

Alongside the banking sector, real estate also fell by 0.18%, with VIC and VRE ranking among the top decliners in the market. On the contrary, the information technology sector increased by 1.98%, the retail sector increased by 1.36%, the construction materials sector increased by 0.18%, and the seafood sector increased by 0.47%. Accompanying these gains were positive contributions from stocks such as FPT and MWG, which added over 1 point.

Active selling pressure throughout the session pushed the liquidity of the three exchanges to a high of VND 22.8 trillion, with net selling by foreign investors reaching VND 279.1 billion. In terms of matched transactions alone, they net sold VND 222.1 billion.

The main recipients of net buying in matched transactions by foreign investors were the real estate and retail sectors. The top net buying stocks included PDR, NVL, MWG, DIG, SSI, PVD, FRT, NKG, MSN, and CII.

The main recipients of net selling in matched transactions by foreign investors were the banking sector. The top net selling stocks included VNM, PC1, VPB, GEX, VHM, DBC, TPB, STB, and GMD.

Individual investors had a net buying value of VND 160.5 billion, with net buying in matched transactions totalling VND 337.1 billion. In terms of matched transactions, they net bought stocks in 12 out of 18 sectors, mainly the banking sector. The top net buying stocks by individual investors included TCB, VHM, NVL, VPB, MBB, VIB, VNM, PC1, TPB, and VRE.

The main sector for net selling in matched transactions by individual investors was the retail, personal goods, and home appliance sector. The top net selling stocks included MWG, PDR, PNJ, ACB, HDB, MSN, DIG, VCB, PVD, and PDR.

Institutional investors had a net buying value of VND 451.9 billion, with net buying in matched transactions totalling VND 428.7 billion. In terms of matched transactions, they net bought stocks in 8 out of 18 sectors. The strongest net buying sectors were the banking and retail sectors. The top net buying stocks by institutional investors in today’s session included MWG, PNJ, ACB, STB, E1VFVN30, HDB, MSN, SSI, CTG, and HCM.

The top net selling sector was real estate. The top net selling stocks included HPG, NVL, VND, VPB, VHM, VSC, NLG, VCB, GMD, and PDR.

Domestic institutional investors had a net selling value of VND 401.7 billion, with net selling in matched transactions totalling VND 543.7 billion. In terms of matched transactions, they net sold stocks in 10 out of 18 sectors, with the highest value being in the banking sector. The top net selling stocks included NVL, TCB, MBB, VIB, VHM, VPB, TPB, E1VFVN30, REE, and MSB.

The highest net buying value was in the retail sector. The top net buying stocks included MWG, HDB, PNJ, ACB, VCB, HAH, GMD, BID, HDG, and VHC.

The value of negotiated transactions today increased by +30.9% compared to the previous session, reaching VND 3,224.6 billion, contributing 14.2% to the total market turnover. EIB, VIX, and FPT were 3 notable stocks with negotiated transactions.

The allocation of capital flow increased in the real estate, securities, banking, construction, and personal goods sectors, while it decreased in the steel, retail, food, chemical, warehousing and logistics, IT, and textile sectors.

In terms of matched transactions, the proportion of turnover continued to INCREASE in the mid-cap VNMID group, while it decreased in the large-cap VN30 and small-cap VNSML groups.

SOURCEvneconomy
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