KOSPI rises to 2550 line on foreign buying trend, KOSDAQ falls to 840 line

[비즈니스포스트] The KOSPI index rose after 3 trading days and ended strongly. The KOSDAQ index fell for three consecutive trading days.

On the 26th, the KOSPI index closed at 2558.81, 4.12 points (0.16%) higher than the previous day.

▲ On the 26th, the KOSPI index closed at 2558.81, 4.12 points (0.16%) higher than the previous day.

The Korea Exchange said, “The previous day, stocks related to Asian semiconductors showed a general upward trend due to the strength of technology stocks following the favorable performance of the US stock market, and the gain turned strong, and r inflow from a large-scale overseas spot. Futures purchases focused on electrical and electronic stocks capped gains in three trading days.” Analyzed.

Foreign investors bought a net 910.3 billion won, leading the bullish trend. On the other hand, institutional investors sold a net 505.1 billion won and individual investors sold a net 412.9 billion won.

Amid differential market trends by industry, shares of electrical and electronics (1.4%) and textiles and clothing (1.0%) rose, while shares of transport equipment (-0.1%) and medical precision (-0.1%) fell relatively slightly .

Looking at the top 10 stocks by market capitalization, the stock prices of finished car companies such as Samsung Electronics (2.18%), SK Hynix (5.51%), and Samsung Electronics (3.13%) rose significantly. In addition, shares of Hyundai Motor (0.98%) and Kia (0.34%) rose.

On the other hand, shares of LG Energy Solutions (-0.86%), Samsung Biologics (-0.26%), LG Chem (-0.84%), Samsung SDI (-1.0%), and Naver (-1.70%) fell.

On this day, the KOSDAQ index fell. The KOSDAQ index closed at 843.23, down 4.49 points (0.53%) from the previous day.

The Korea Exchange said, “It started to rise due to the strength of the Nasdaq index the previous day,” and “closed down for three consecutive trading days as a selling trend appeared with institutions and foreigners focusing on stocks with the highest market capitalization.”

Foreign investors net sold 21.1 billion won and institutional investors sold net 14.9 billion won, respectively. Individual investors bought a net 33.5 billion won alone.

By industry, food, beverage and tobacco (-2.9%), transportation (-2.2%), and transportation equipment parts (-2.0%) stock prices fell relatively significantly.

Looking at the top 10 stocks by market cap, Celltrion Healthcare rose (0.14%), HLB (2.80%), and JYP Entertainment (1.25%).

On the other hand, Ecopro BM (-2.26%), Ecopro (-0.91%), L&F (-0.79%), Celltrion Pharmaceuticals (-0.35%) Kakao Games (-0.65%), Pearl Abyss (-3.95%) , Osstem Implant (- 0.11%) and seven stocks’ stock prices fell. Reporter Jeong Hee-kyung


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