|Loại báo cáo:||Báo cáo Asean Securities|
|Nguồn báo cáo:||Công ty cổ phần chứng khoán Đông Nam Á|
CDO: Board member and Chief Accountant registered to purchase total 350,000 shares
IMP: Phano Pharmaceutical Jsc. registered to transfer all 2,631,160 shares
TEG: Truong Thanh Viet Nam registered to purchase 1 million shares
DCL: F.I.T Group registered to purchase 1 million shares
VIETNAM MACROECONOMIC NEWS
Public debt speedily approaching a red line
August Auto Sales Up 29% Year on Year
September 15: The central rate of VND/USD is VND 21,958 per US dollar, down VND7 from yesterday
September 15: The buying and selling prices of SJC gold touched VND36,15 million and VND36,22 million, respectively
September 14: The Dow industrials fell 0.18 percent, to 18,034.77
September 14: U.S. crude oil fell 2.9 percent, to settle at $43.58
FOREIGNER TRADING STATISTICS
Today, foreigners were net-sellers for VND144.01 billion on both HOSE and HNX. On HOSE, foreign investors net sold VND149.01 billion. On HNX, foreign investors registered their net-buying status for VND5 billion. Foreigners’ top buying shares on HNX were PVS (422,000 shares), TIG (85,000 shares), BVS (80,000 shares), SHB (39,000 shares) and VMI (30,000 shares). Foreigners’ top selling on HNX shares were SHB (469,000 shares), PVS (179,800 shares), VNR (100,000 shares), BVS (31,800 shares) and NET (6,000 shares).
Analysis: Based on the moving of technical indicators, we believe that Vn-Index will test the nearest support range 650 – 655.
In a negative scenario, when the index may correct, the nearest support range of Vn-Index is forecast at 650 – 655, where traders can take T+ buying for the short-term position. Traders may consider cutting loss if Vn-Index is lower than 650.
In a positive scenario, when the index may rebound, the nearest resistance range of Vn-Index is forecast at 660 – 665, where traders can sell a part of the existing short-term portfolio.
Based on Kelly formula, the recommended proportion of the portfolio is 90% cash/ 10% stocks.
Real estate [+2.42%], Rubber [-0.83%], Securities [-0.87%], Technology [-1.07%], Oil & Gas [-1.34%], Services [-0.28%], Pharmaceuticals [+0.91%],…
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