Daily Highlight – August 23, 2016 – Vn-Index +1.48 points [659.16]

23/08/2016 16:40

Loại báo cáo: Báo cáo Asean Securities
Nguồn báo cáo: Công ty cổ phần chứng khoán Đông Nam Á
SAM: Phu Tho Tourist JSC registered to purchase 3 million shares
VPH: Chairman’s daughter registered to purchase 2.4 million shares
DST: Member of the BOD registered to sell 630,403 million shares
RIC: Member of the BOD’s sister registered to purchase 240,000 shares

Tariffs fail to reduce cheap steel
VAMC can meet debt recovery target this year
August 23: The central rate of VND/USD is VND 21,886 per US dollar, up VND11 from yesterday
August 23: The buying and selling prices of SJC gold touched VND36,52 million and VND36,59 million, respectively

August 22: The Dow industrials fell 23.15 percent, to 18,529.42
August 22: U.S. crude oil fell 3 percent, to settle at $47,05

Today, foreigners were net-sellers for VND171.29 billion on both HOSE and HNX. On HOSE, foreign investors net sold VND177.8 billion. On HNX, foreign investors registered their net-buying status for VND6.5 billion. Foreigners’ top buying shares on HNX were PVS (406,900 shares), BVS (183,320 shares), VND (160,500 shares), API (52,200 shares) and DBC (31,500 shares). Foreigners’ top selling on HNX shares were HUT (265,500 shares), PVS (120,000 shares), VNR (83,000 shares), PLC (50,000 shares) and VND (50,000 shares).

Analysis: Based on the moving of technical indicators, we believe that Vn-Index will test the nearest resistance range 680 – 700.
In a negative scenario, when the index may correct, the nearest support range of Vn-Index is forecast at 640 – 660, where traders can take T+ buying for the short-term position.
In a positive scenario, when the index may rebound, the nearest resistance range of Vn-Index is forecast at 680 – 700, where traders can sell a part of the existing short-term portfolio.
Based on Kelly formula, the recommended proportion of the portfolio is 30% cash/ 70% stocks.

Real estate [+2.10%], Rubber [+0.08%], Securities [+0.32%], Technology [+0.41%], Oil & Gas [-0.68%], Services [-0.33%], Pharmaceuticals [+0.46%],…

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