[Infostock Daily= Reporter Park Hyo-sun] The KOSPI and KOSDAQ indexes closed up 8 percent on the 24th, and the market continued to rise more than 5 percent, and the buy sidecar was activated.
According to the Korea Exchange, the KOSPI closed at 1609.97, up 127.51 points (▲8.6%) from the previous trading day.
The KOSPI started at 1,523.69, up 41.23 points (▲2.73%) from the previous trading day, and grew throughout the day.
In the KOSPI market, individual investors sold 462.8 billion won and foreign investors sold 81.4 billion won.
Institutional investors, on the other hand, net bought 502.7 billion won.
By industry, electrical and electronics (▲10.9%), banks (▲8.9%), financial sectors (▲8.3%), and steel and metals (▲8.3%) rose sharply.
Samsung Electronics closed at 46,950 won, up 10.47 percent from the previous trading day.
Samsung Electronics closed at 46,950 won, up 10.47 percent from the previous trading day. Foreign investors who sold Samsung Electronics shares for 13 consecutive trading days net bought 2.89 million 8243 shares of Samsung Electronics shares in the market, and institutional investors also bought 3.26 million 860 shares.
SK Hynix (▲13.40%), Samsung Bio Logics (▲9.17%), Naver (▲9.90%), Celltrion (▲5.14%), LG Chem (▲7.46%), and LG Household & Health Care (▲7.32%) also closed higher.
The KOSDAQ index closed at 480.40, up 36.64 points (▲8.26%) from the previous trading day.
The KOSDAQ index rose 13.45 points (▲3.03%) to 457.21 from the previous trading day and continued to rise.
In the KOSDAQ market, foreign investors net bought 82.6 billion won and institutional investors net bought 102.9 billion won, while individual investors net sold 186.9 billion won.
By industry, semiconductors (▲12.63%), IT hardware (▲10.40%), broadcasting services (▲10.13%), the Internet (▲10.06%), and the IT index (▲9.78%) rose sharply.
Celltrion Healthcare (▲2.41%), Studio Dragon (▲10.58%), CJ ENM (▲8.97%). Hugel (▲6.89%), Pearl Abyss (▲5.14%), HLB (▲4.51%), and KMW (▲2.54%) closed higher.
The won-dollar exchange rate fell 16.9 won (▼1.3%) to 1249.6 won per dollar in the Seoul foreign exchange market.
Reporter Park Hyo-sun firstname.lastname@example.org