Individual investors continue to buy as securities companies and foreign investors sell

Individual investors were net buyers of VND 606.9 billion, with their net buying during the trading session amounting to VND 513.0 billion. This offset the net selling by foreign and proprietary trading...

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A strong recovery session for the index despite a large amount of selling pressure earlier in the day. Instead, money continued to pour in, pulling the index up strongly by 17.62 points to close near the 1,260 level, making up for most of the points lost. The index looks beautiful with 339 gainers and 139 losers.

In particular, after a short absence, banks surprisingly led the market with a 2.39% increase. BID, TCB, CTG, MBB, VPB, VCB, and VIB were the strongest stocks in the market, contributing more than 9 points to the VN-Index. Additionally, retail stocks rose by 3.50%, with MWG leading the way with a 5.49% increase, adding 0.89 points. Many other sectors also performed well, with securities up by 2.48%, information technology up by 2%, and energy up by 1.24%.

On the contrary, real estate turned downwards, decreasing by 0.16%, with Vin Group stocks in the red, including VHM with a 0.93% decrease, VIC with a 1.06% decrease, and VRE with a 1.5% decrease. On the other hand, housing real estate stocks such as NLG, DIG, PDR, VPI, and DXG were all in the green.

Liquidity on all three exchanges slightly increased to 25.000 trillion VND, with foreign investors decreasing their net selling compared to the previous session, selling a net of 565.7 billion VND. In terms of matched transactions, they sold a net of 431.4 billion VND.

The main net buyers among foreign investors were in the Chemical and Retail sectors. The top net buyers among foreign investors include STB, DGC, MWG, HAG, GEX, TCH, VCI, KBC, HDC, and GMD.

The main net sellers among foreign investors were in the Financial Services sector. The top net sellers among foreign investors include FUEVFVND, VNM, MSN, BID, VHM, VPB, PDR, KDH, and VRE.

Individual investors were net buyers with 606.9 billion VND, with a net buying of 513.0 billion VND in matched transactions. Specifically, in matched transactions, they were net buyers in 11 out of 18 industries, mainly in the Banking sector. The top net buyers among individual investors include VIB, VNM, FPT, MBB, MSN, VHM, ACB, VPB, BID, and TCB.

The net sellers in matched transactions were net sellers in 7 out of 18 industries, mainly in the Chemical, Electric, Gas & Petroleum sectors. The top net sellers include STB, DGC, DCM, GEX, GAS, HAG, VCI, HDC, and TCH.

Proprietary trading was a net seller with 100.5 billion VND, with a net selling of 91.5 billion VND in matched transactions.

In matched transactions, proprietary trading was a net buyer in 9 out of 18 industries. The strongest net buyers were in the Financial Services, Electric, Gas & Petroleum sectors. The top net buyers among proprietary traders today include FUEVFVND, GAS, FUESSV30, HPG, SSI, LPB, VCB, VND, CII, and TNH. The top net sellers were in the Banking sector. The top net sold stocks include MWG, VIB, FPT, PNJ, MBB, GMD, TCB, ACB, REE, and MSB.

Domestic institutional investors were net buyers with 58.0 billion VND, with a net buying of 9.8 billion VND in matched transactions.

In matched transactions, domestic institutional investors were net sellers in 7 out of 18 industries, with the Financial Services sector having the largest net selling value. The top net sellers include FUEVFVND, ACB, MBB, GVR, VIB, TCH, FUESSV30, DGC, VHM, and SHB. The largest net buying value was in the Real Estate sector. The top net buyers include DCM, MSN, GMD, MWG, PNJ, DXG, KDH, LPB, HSG, and CTG.

The value of negotiated transactions reached 1,883.0 billion VND, a -31.6% decrease compared to the previous session and contributed 7.5% to the total trading value.

Some notable stocks with negotiated transactions include SJS, VIC, EIB, MSN, and KDC.

The allocation of funds increased in the Banking, Securities, Retail, Agriculture & Fisheries, Food, Electrical Equipment, Investment Fund, and Express Delivery sectors, while it decreased in the Real Estate, Steel, Construction, and Chemical sectors.

In matched transactions, the trading value increased in the large-cap group VN30, and decreased in the mid-cap group VNMID and the small-cap group VNSML.