VN-Index revives nearly 10 points

The Vietnam’s stock market ended two-day losing streak on July 16 as blue-chip stocks rallied thanks to increasing buying demand.

Noticeably, foreign investors bought a total value of VND473 billion in the market, mainly blue-chip stocks, helping to push up the benchmark by nearly 10 points.

Among large-cap stocks, VIC rose by nearly 1.5 percent; VHM climbed by more than 2.3 percent; VRE gained by nearly 2.1 percent; BID enhanced 3.8 percent; VCB strengthened 2.9 percent; and MBB surged 1.4 percent.

The VN-Index recovered 9.58 points, or 0.99 percent, to close at 982.11 points with 15 winners, 146 losers while 62 stocks were unchanged.

The HNX-Index went up 0.23 points, or 0.22 percent, to 105.85 points with 72 stocks advancing, 71 declining and 55 treading water.

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