Individual investors continue to aggressively buy and accumulate steel stocks

Individual investors were net buyers with a total of 411.7 billion Vietnamese dong, of which their net buying in the matching market was 418.7 billion Vietnamese dong. Specifically, in the matching trades, they were net buyers in 11 out of 18 sectors, primarily in the Construction and Materials sector.

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Positive information upgrading Vietnam’s stock market at this morning’s securities industry conference, chaired by the Prime Minister, along with VCB’s large dividend distribution, has become an important impetus for the VN-Index to surpass the 2023 peak. The index ended the session strongly at 1,254 points.

An expansive and beautiful spread with 309 stocks gaining points and 180 stocks losing points. Banks rebounded with a 2.61% increase, with VCB leading the way, thanks to the information about dividend distribution contributing half of the 8.65 points to the market. In addition, other banking pillars such as BID, VPB, TPB, ACB also increased significantly, contributing more than 3 points to the Vn-Index. Oil and gas also performed well today with a 2.12% increase; Real estate increased by 0.63%; Construction materials increased by 0.61%; Information technology increased by 0.47%.

Meanwhile, the chemicals, securities, and seafood groups, in general, the small and medium-sized export groups, changed direction and decreased in points. Liquidity on the three exchanges reached VND 26.4 trillion, a strong increase compared to the previous session, in which foreign investors significantly pushed up net buying of VND 221.31 billion, mainly focusing on HPG, SSI, and TPB.

Foreign investors net bought VND 201.7 billion, and specifically in the matching trading session, they net bought VND 186.5 billion. The main net buying in matching orders by foreign investors is in the Basic Resource, and Banking groups. The top net buying in matching orders by foreign investors includes HPG, SSI, TPB, PVD, VPB, MSB, STB, KBC, BAF, NVL.

The top net selling in matching orders by foreign investors is in the Food and Beverage group. The top net selling in matching orders by foreign investors includes EVF, CTG, VHC, GEX, BID, GAS, VHM, PAN, BCM.

Individual investors net bought VND 411.7 billion, of which they net bought VND 418.7 billion in matching orders. Specifically in the matching orders, they net bought in 11 out of 18 sectors, mainly in the Construction and Materials sectors. The top net buying by individual investors include MWG, PC1, HPG, EVF, GEX, VHM, CTG, MSN, STB, VNM.

The net sellers in the matching orders are in 7 out of 18 sectors, mainly in the Oil and Gas and Financial Service sectors. The top net selling includes SSI, TPB, VIX, PVD, BAF, KBC, PDR, VPB, FRT.

Proprietary traders net sold VND 88.9 billion, and specifically in the matching orders, they net sold VND 77.5 billion. Specifically in the matching orders, Proprietary traders net bought in 9 out of 18 sectors. The strongest net buying group was in the Financial Services and Real Estate sectors. The top net buying in matching orders by proprietary traders today includes VIX, FUESSVFL, BID, FPT, REE, VRE, E1VFVN30, BAF, PC1, FUEVN100.

The top net selling group is in the Banking sector. The top net selling stocks include STB, HPG, GEX, PVT, TCB, VNM, MWG, ACB, HDB, PLX.

Domestic institutional investors net sold VND 543.3 billion, and specifically in the matching orders, they net sold VND 527.7 billion. Specifically in the matching orders, Domestic institutional investors net sold in 12 out of 18 sectors, the largest value was in the Basic Resource group. The top net selling includes HPG, MWG, PC1, VCB, VHM, NVL, VGC, VND, VPB, ACB.

The largest net buying value was in the Food and Beverage group. The top net buying includes VHC, SAB, GEX, CTR, IJC, PDR, FRT, HCM, HSG, BAF.

The negotiated transactions reached VND 1,705.4 billion, a decrease of -3.1% compared to the previous session, and contributed 6.7% to the total trading value.

Some notable stocks with negotiated transactions include MSB, FPT, EIB, MWG. Among them, FPT continued to have negotiated transactions between foreign investors.

The allocated proportion of the increased money flow is in the Banking, Oil and Gas, Information Technology, Agriculture and Seafood, Electrical Equipment, and Rubber and Fiber sectors, while it decreased in the Real Estate, Securities, Steel, Food, and Construction Material sectors.

Specifically in the matching orders, the proportion of trading value increased in the medium market capitalization group VNMID and the small group VNSML, while it decreased in the large market capitalization group VN30.

SOURCEvneconomy
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