Shares gain three days in a row
(Mar 08, 2014)
With significant capital inflow, the benchmark indices continued to
finish in the black yesterday, for three consecutive trading days.
Several stocks witnessed huge gains within the first two months of the
current year along with market rally and improved liquidity.
The Nikkei 225 gained 139.32 points to close at 15,274.07 points, and
the Topix Index rose 8.61 points closing at 1,236.97 points in Tokyo, on
Shares were seen finishing higher on both the
national stock exchanges with improved liquidity boosted by speculative
Asian stocks advanced with Nikkei
225 gaining 237.12 points to close at 15,134.75
points and the Topix Index rose 15.46 points closing at 1,228.36 points in Tokyo, on March 6.
Shares closed mixed this morning, higher on the HCM City Exchange but lower in Ha Noi.
Gold loans at commercial banks in HCM City at the end of February stood
at 100,000 taels, down 28,000 taels, or 21.87 per cent, against the end
of 2013, the central bank's City branch deputy director Nguyen Hoang
Minh told the Thoi Bao Ngan Hang (Banking Times).
The Nikkei 225 gained 176.15 points to reach 14,897.63, and the Topix Index rose 8.79 points to close at 1,212.90 in Tokyo on March 5.
Fidessa group, the global provider of trading, investment and
information solutions for the world's financial community, has added its
first Vietnamese broker, VNDIRECT, to its connectivity network.
Shares closed higher this morning on both the national stock exchanges as the selling pressure eased.
The Hang Seng Index added 156.96 points to end at 22,657.63 in Hong Kong on March 4.