KOSPI succeeded in closing higher thanks to net buying by foreigners and institutions. In particular, the KOSDAQ closed up 2%.
On the 3rd, the KOSPI index closed at 2,968.33, up 23.06 points (0.78%) from the previous trading day. The index started declining at 2935.93, which was 9.34 points (-0.32%) lower than the previous trading day, but turned upward and continued to rise until the close of the market.
By supply and demand, individuals net sold KRW 271.3 billion, but foreigners and institutions net bought KRW 157.1 billion and KRW 88.7 billion, respectively, and the index closed higher.
Among the top 10 stocks by market cap on the KOSPI, only Samsung Electronics (-0.26%), SK Hynix (-1.67%) and LG Chem (-1.38%) closed lower.
On the other hand, NAVER (0.88%), Samsung Biologics (0.90%), Kakao (0.82%), Samsung SDI (1.02%), Hyundai Motor (0.24%), and Kia (1.10%) closed higher.
The KOSDAQ closed at 998.47, up 21.04 points (2.15%) from the previous trading day.
On the same day, the KOSDAQ sold only individuals alone. While individuals net sold KRW 293.5 billion, foreigners and institutions net bought KRW 157.4 billion and KRW 98.2 billion, respectively, and the index ended the market higher.
Among the top 10 stocks by market cap on the KOSDAQ, only Celltrion Healthcare (-0.36%) closed with a decline.
On the other hand, EcoproBM (5.90%), Pearl Abyss (5.35%), L&F (2.63%), Kakao Games (4.04%), Wemade (6.64%), Celltrion Pharm (0.41%), HLB (3.14%), Seegene (0.30%) closed higher.
The won-dollar exchange rate closed at 1,180.1 won, up 4.2 won from the previous trading day.