Workers unload products at one of Lam Thao Fertilizers And Chemicals’ warehouses. The company shares increased by 10 per cent on Wednesday. — Photo supelamthao.vn Viet Nam’s stock market ended higher on Wednesday as the VN-Index bounced back in the afternoon session. The VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) reversed course to edge higher in Wednesday’s trade after dropping 0.38 per cent in the morning session. The index rose slightly 0.03 per cent to 1,186.95 points. The market breadth turned positive at the end of the session with 270 stock rising, while 168 stocks decreased. And 64 stocks stayed unchanged. While a total of over 628.77 million shared were traded today on the southern market, worth VND15.15 trillion, an overload occurred again on HoSE in the afternoon session. In a daily report, Bao Viet Securities Co. said that the index might face corrections earlier in the sessions before recovering at the end of the session. And the market needs more time to accumulate to break over 1,200 points level in the near future. The market received support from the containment of COVID-19 outbreaks and the upward trends of global markets, the company added. However, strong selling pressure… Read full this story
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