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VinaCapital’s investment funds raise stake in PTSC

The Saigon Times

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HCMC – VESAP, an investment fund of VinaCapital, has acquired 400,000 PVS shares of PetroVietnam Technical Services Corporation (PTSC), raising its ownership in the latter from 0.35% to 0.44%.

The transactions were conducted from February 19 to March 8. Through this, VESAP increased its ownership in PTSC from nearly 1.69 million shares to 2.09 million shares.

Previously, VINACAPITAL-VMEEF, another investment fund of VinaCapital, purchased 27,730 PVS shares from January 16 to January 18. It later acquired an additional 20,000 PVS shares from January 26 to February 2, and then bought 50,000 PVS shares from February 19 to March 4.

As a result, this fund increased its ownership in PTSC to 127,000 shares, equivalent to 0.03%.

Since February 19, VinaCapital Fund Management JSC (VinaWealth) has registered to buy 150,000 PVS shares to restructure its investment portfolios. Currently, this fund holds 117,000 PVS shares, equivalent to 0.02% in PTSC.

Closing the trading session today, March 15, PVS remained unchanged from yesterday’s session on the northern bourse, at VND37,900, with nearly 5.4 million shares transacted.

With 217 stocks gaining and 249 others declining on the southern bourse, the VN-Index inched down 0.48 points, or 0.04%, against the previous session, closing at 1,263.78 points.

The total trading volume reached 1.07 billion shares worth a total of VND27.5 trillion, an increase of 1.9% in volume and a decrease of 1.6% in value compared to the previous session. Nearly 58.78 million shares were traded in block deals, valued at VND1.7 trillion.

GVR stole the spotlight today as it soared by 5.49% to its daily high at VND34,600, with 5.68 million shares changing hands. After the trading session, GVR also contributed more than 1.86 points to the overall index.

The poor performance of the Vingroup stock duo, VIC and VHM, has made the real estate stock group the biggest decliner. VIC fell by 3.37% to VND44,400, while VHM declined by 1.17% to VND42,400.

With 79 winners and 85 losers, the HNX-Index decreased by 0.14 points, or 0.06% day-on-day, closing at 239.54 points. There were nearly 107 million shares worth VND2.2 trillion traded on the northern bourse.

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