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Asean Stock Watch- November 3





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Singapore shares closed higher on Wednesday, with the benchmark Straits Times Index at 2,834.75, up 1.63 percent, or 45.40 points.
About 2.4 billion shares exchanged hands.

Gainers beat losers 303 to 178

The Thai composite stocks index (SET) rebounded to close on Wednesday at 965.80, up 9.21 points, or 0.96 percent amid Bt 27.54 billion turnover.
Blue chip SET-50 index was at 683.61, up 6.87 points, or 1.02 percent

The five most active (value) stocks were: PTTGC, PTT, IVL, KTB, BANPU.

Shares slumped during today's session, following global fears that Greece would vito the European rescue deal.

On the HCM Stock Exchange, the VN-Index lost 1.46 percent to reach 407.79 points.

Losers outnumbered gainers by 183-50.

The market value tumbled 32 percent compared to yesterday, totaling VND490.9 billion (US$23.4 million) on a volume of 31.6 million shares.

Of the 10 leading shares by capitalisation, only software giant FPT (FPT) managed a gain of 1.2 percent, while insurer Bao Viet Holdings (BVH) again hit its floor price and others retreated or closed unchanged.

Military Bank (MBB), on its second trading day, bottomed out at VND13,200 and, along with Becamex Infrastructure Co (IJC), saw its highest trading volume.

On the Ha Noi Stock Exchange, the HNX-Index fell by 2 percent to conclude the session at 67.14 points with more than half the listed codes losing ground.

The value of trades eased 3.3 per cent over yesterday to VND382.8 billion ($18.2 million). The trading volume was 36.4 million shares.

Kim Long Securities (KLS) claimed the highest trading volume nationwide with 3.5 million shares exchanged, followed by VNDirect Securities (VND) with 3.4 million shares and PetroVietnam Power Land (PVL) with 3.3 million shares. The three stocks lost between 4.5-5.4 percent.


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