Workers operate a steel pipe production line at a factory of Hoa Phat Group (HPG). HPG soared 4.4 per cent to hit an all-time peak of VND30,900 per share on Friday. — Photo hoaphat.com.vn Shares ended Friday on a positive note as a series of large-cap stocks climbed and spurred the market. The benchmark VN-Index in the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange gained 1.20 per cent to close the trading session at 961.26 points. The southern index had gained 1.16 per cent to close Thursday at 949.90 points. Liquidity rose sharply compared to the previous trading session with nearly 452.5 million shares traded on the southern bourse, worth VND9.5 trillion (US$410 million). Market breadth was positive with 249 gainers and 161 decliners. The slightly narrowed fluctuation band, positive market breadth and increased liquidity indicated that the excited trading sentiment was likely to continue, said BIDV Securities Co. The company said the VN-Index might fluctuate in the 960-980 point range in the next sessions. Steel maker Hoa Phat Group was a notable gainer as it soared 4.4 per cent to hit an all-time peak of VND30,900 per share, surpassing its historic peak recored on March 1, 2018, at VND29,980 per share…. Read full this story
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