VN30-Index again the only loser.
Foreigners net bought strongly on September 13 after four sessions of net selling.
On HSX, the VN-Index ended the day at 987.95 points, up 0.94 points (0.10 per cent), while the VN30-Index closed at 957.17 points, down 1.50 points (0.16 per cent).
On HNX, the HNX-Index finished at 112.66 points, up 1.01 points (0.91 per cent), the HNX30-Index 204.65 points, up 1.68 points (0.83 per cent), and the UPCoM-Index 51.72 points, (0.52 per cent).
Liquidity on HSX was VND3.18 trillion ($136.6 million) and on HNX was VND791 billion ($34 million).
Food and beverage stocks to gain ground included TLG, VCF and KDC, by 0.7, 0.4 and 0.2 per cent, as BHN lost 1.4 per cent, SAB and TAC 0.4 per cent, and VNM 0.2 per cent.
Gainers in banking included BVH, TCB, BID, VCB and CTG, by 4.2, 0.8, 0.7, 0.6 and 0.5 per cent, as VCI lost 1.3 per cent, VPB 0.8 per cent, and MSN 0.2 per cent. EIB closed at its opening price.
In energy, NT2 gained 3.7 per cent, PPC 2.2 per cent, and PVD 1.6 per cent, PLX lost 1.7 per cent, PVT 1.1 per cent, and GAS 0.9 per cent, and PGD closed at its opening price.
The Top 5 shares bought by foreign investors were HDB, HPG, VCB, KDH and YEG.
GEX was the largest net sold share on HSX, followed by DHG, VJC, PC1 and NCT.
HAD was the largest net sold share on HNX, followed by TNG, PVS, PVC and S55.
On UPCoM, foreign investors bought 214,000 shares worth VND1.65 billion ($70,910).
They net bought on HSX by VND49.58 billion ($2.1 million) and on HNX by VND847 million ($36,400).
Huyen Thanh report on Vneconomictimes