The stock market ended the session on February 6th with a slight increase of 2.42 points (equivalent to 0.2%) to 1,188 points. Trading volume improved but decreased compared to the previous session with a trading value of nearly 13,000 billion dong on HOSE. Foreign trading was a negative factor with a net selling value of 480 billion dong in the whole market.
On HOSE, foreign investors net sold with an approximate value of 410 billion dong.
In terms of buying, the focus of net buying was on the VIX stock with a value of 46 billion dong. Following that, NLG and DGC were also net bought with values of 43 billion dong and 40 billion dong respectively. In addition, FRT and HCM were also on the list of net buying on HoSE with values of 38 and 33 billion dong.
On the other hand, VHM faced the strongest selling pressure from foreign investors with a value of 90 billion dong, followed by GEX and HPG with selling values of 68 and 66 billion dong per stock.
On HNX, foreign investors net sold 81 billion dong
In terms of buying, IDC was the strongest net buying with a value of 35 billion dong. In addition, DTD was also on the list of strong net buying on HNX with 2.5 billion dong. Furthermore, foreign investors also net bought VGS and CEO with not too large values.
On the other hand, SHS was the stock that faced the selling pressure from foreign investors with a value of 90 billion dong; followed by MBS with a selling value of about 16 billion dong.
On UPCOM, foreign investors net bought more than 11 billion dong
In terms of buying, QNS stock was bought by foreign investors with a value of 6 billion dong, similarly, ACV and SQP were also net bought with each stock ranging from a few hundred million dong.
VEA was net sold by foreign investors today with about 1 billion dong; in addition, they also sold net at VTP, UDC, SKV,…