April 2 KOSPI 2.34% up close... individual, institutional net buying
April 2 KOSPI 2.34% up close... individual, institutional net buying
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  • 승인 2020.04.02 16:51
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This article is translated by AI company Flitto and Infostock Daily using neural machine translation technology.
KOSPI, KOSDAQ close April 2. Photo: Korea Exchange

[Infostock Daily= Reporter Park Hyo-sun] On April 2, the KOSPI index closed 2.35% higher than the previous trading day due to net buying by individual investors and institutional investors.

The KOSPI index, which had fluctuated in the morning, turned upward in the afternoon on the uptrend of the New York stock market index and the possibility of withdrawing the crude oil production plan in April.

The fact that the stock market stabilization fund was put into full swing also helped the KOSPI index rise.

According to the Korea Exchange, the KOSPI closed at 1724.86, up 39.40 points (▲2.34%) from the previous trading day.

Individual investors net bought 275.2 billion won and institutional investors net bought 312.6 billion won.

Foreign investors, on the other hand, sold 576.4 billion won in net sales. Foreign investors continued to sell for 21 consecutive days.

By industry, construction (▲6.74%), telecommunications (▲4.48%), chemicals (▲3.92%), financials (▲2.49%), and steel metals (▲2.23%) rose. On the other hand, transportation warehouses (▼1.54%) and machinery (▼0.20%) fell.

Naver (▲6.44%), LG Household & Health Care (▲5.98%), Samsung Bio Logics (▲2.65%), Samsung Electronics (▲2.18%), SK Hynix (▲2.04%), Hyundai Motor (▲1.41%), Samsung C & T (▲0.82%) and others closed higher.

Celltrion (▼1.52%) and LG Chem (▼0.34%) fell, on the other hand.

The KOSDAQ index closed at 567.70, up 15.86 points (▲2.87%) from the previous trading day.

On the same day, individual investors net bought 7.3 billion won and institutional investors net bought 79.5 billion won.

Foreign investors, on the other hand, sold net worth of 73.6 billion won.

By industry, IT software (▲5.43%), chemicals (▲3.75%), food and beverage (▲3.28%), telecom broadcasting services (▲3.22%), and metals (▲2.44%) rose.

In the top market cap, Pearl Abyss (▲7.52%), HLB (▲5.71%), KomiPharm (▲5.21%), Celltrion Pharmaceutical (▲4.89%), Studio Dragon (▲4.47%), KMW (▲4.38%), and HelixMiss (▲3.88%), CJ ENM (▲2.24%), Celltrion Healthcare (▲2.03%) rose. On the other hand, Seegene (▼4.44%) is down.

The won-dollar exchange rate fell 2.20 won (▼0.19%) to 1228.30 won per dollar in the Seoul foreign exchange market.

Reporter Park Hyo-sun hs1351@infostock.co.kr


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