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Indexes down in both bourses

GBS - Stock indexes in Vietnam’s both bourses fell back on July 24. On the HCM Stock Exchange, amongst the 30 largest stocks in terms of capitalisation and liquidity, only logistics company Gemadept (GMD) finished in the black. Three others, including the Military Bank (MBB), Sacombank (STB) and property developer Vingroup (VIC), remained unchanged. However, ten blue chips dropped between 2-4 percent.

The VN30, tracking these 30 stocks, lost over 1.5 percent to 548.24 points, while the benchmark VN-Index dropped 2 percent to end at 494.18 points.

Trading values rose slightly compared to the previous session, standing at 1.39 trillion VND (65.6 million USD) on a volume of 60.4 million shares.

On the Hanoi Stock Exchange, the HNX-Index slid by nearly 1.3 percent to stop at 62.19 points.

With almost 23.5 million shares changing hands, the value of trade jumped 39 percent to187.7 billion VND (8.8 million USD), after investors had taken their profits.

The HNX30, representing the bourse's leading shares, also fell back by 1.9 percent to finish at 116.64 points.

-VNA

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