S. Korea's English proficiency slips 13 notches to 49th
N. Korea reinstates DMZ guard posts
N. Korea says spy satellite took photos of White House, Pentagon, key US naval base
15-year-old girl saves 5 lives with organ donations after death
BOK likely to keep policy rate unchanged on slowdown, hope for Fed's rate freeze, easing inflation
Samsung sets up control tower for new growth drivers
12 foreigners nabbed on suspicion of drug use
Korea to start hiring E-9 visa foreign workers in restaurants
S. Korea's Busan making last-ditch efforts to bring World Expo on voting day
[KH explains] Hyundai to sell vehicles on Amazon in US sales push
4 out of 10 Kospi stocks left out of bullish trendBy Son Ji-hyoung
Published : May 14, 2017 - 14:51
The KRX said 302 stocks out of 750 listed on the benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index fell as of Thursday compared to Dec. 29, accounting for 40.3 percent.
The Kospi rose 13.32 percent over the cited period, from 2,026.46 to 2,296.37.
As for the listed firms of both the first-tier and second-tier stock markets, 890 stocks out of 1,973, accounting for 45.1 percent, climbed down during the cited 4 1/2 months.
“Small-market cap stocks are still isolated in the market, as a few market giants are leading the rise,” said Lim Sang-guk of KB Securities.
The earlier data by the KRX indicated the 10 stocks with strongest individual buying dropped 0.1 percent for a month until Friday. Meanwhile, foreign investors and institutional investors reaped profits of 14.1 percent and 13.8 percent on 10 most-bought stocks during the cited period, the Saturday data showed.
The Kospi surged 7.4 percent for the cited month.
By Son Ji-hyoung (email@example.com)
Busan loses World Expo 2030 bid
Korea, Japan, China summit likely in early 2024
Yoon orders increased defense of public digital infrastructure