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Hanoi – The benchmark VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) reached a historic peak on the October 27 trading session, with cash flow increasing strongly and foreign investors returning to net buying trillions of VND after a period of consecutive net selling.
Accordingly, at the end of the session, the index picked up 31.39 points to 1,423.02 points. Previously, the highest level of VN-Index ever set was 1,420 points, which was recorded in early July.
More than 936.2 million shares were traded for roughly 28.379 trillion VND (1.24 billion USD). There were 355 stocks rising, 95 sliding, and 42 ending flat.
On the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX), the HNX-Index went up 6.56 points to close the session at 404.37points. Over 152.1 million shares, worth more than 4.1 trillion VND, were traded on the northern bourse. There were 149 stocks increasing, 88 declining, and 114 ending flat.
The UPCoM-Index for the unlisted public companies increased by 0.79 points to 102.67 points, with more than 140.4 million stocks traded on the market for over 2.78 trillion VND. There were 255 stocks increasing, 88 declining and 556 ending flat.
Foreign investors net bought of over 1.02 trillion VND on HOSE and 18.3 billion VND on HNX, while net selling over 47.39 billion VND on HNX.