The stock market in the first session of the week on June 28 rebounded strongly, the VN-Index officially surpassed the “dream” mark of 1,400 points to the surprise of many investors.
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Leading the gaining momentum and being the main force pulling the market was banking codes. This morning, out of 26 stocks traded on 3 exchanges HSX, HNX and UPCoM, only 3 stocks declined (PGBank’s PGB, Vietcombank’s VCB and VPBank’s VPB), 3 stood at reference prices (SGB of Saigonbank, SSB of SeABank and VietBank’s VBB) both increased.
Leading the increase was TPBank’s stock TPB with an increase of 4.5% to 37,500 VND/share. Techcombank’s TCB, Maritime Bank’s MSB and Saigon-Hanoi Bank’s SHB at times also increased by more than 4% – by the end of the morning, they still maintained their upward momentum among the top of the banking group, in which TCB increased. 3.9%; MSB rose 4.1%.
A series of other banking stocks such as OCB of Oriental Bank, MBB of Military Bank, BID of BIDV, STB of Sacombank or ABB of ABBank increased by more than 3%.
With strong momentum, many banking stocks today set new price records since listing (adjusted price is taken into account) such as HDBank’s HDB at 35,950 VND/share, CTG at 54,500 VND/share, ACB at 36,650 dong or MBB at 43,300 dong/share.