Foreign investors oversold NT$4.83 billion last week, says Taiwan Stock Exchange in report
Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE, ) announced yesterday that the securities net oversold position by foreign investors was NT$4.83 billion during the week of Aug. 3- 7.
This represented the difference between NT$127.64 billion securities bought and NT$132.47 billion securities sold, according to a TWSE press release.
The accumulated net overbought position by foreign investors, during the period year to Aug. 7, was NT$ 108.99 billion. This represented the difference between NT$3,954.25 billion securities bought and NT$3,845.26 billion securities sold, the TWSE stated.
The market capitalization of the shareholdings of foreign investors was NT$9,354.66 billion as of Aug. 7, or 38.35 percent of the total market capitalization. This is lower (by NT$343.95 billion) than that a week ago, said the TWSE.
The three securities that reported the highest overbought positions (thousand shares) by foreign investors during the week of Aug. 3-Aug. 7 were: Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd. ( ) 44,205, E.Sun Financial Holdings Company, Ltd. ( ) 43,322 and BES Engineering Co. 13,156, respectively, the TWSE said.
The three securities that reported the highest oversold positions (thousand shares) by foreign investors during the week of Aug. 3-Aug. 7 were: Innolux Corporation (
) 82,115, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. ( ) 39,070 and Hon Hai Precision Ind. Co., Ltd. ( ) 38,764, respectively, according to the TWSE.
LG Electronics Inc. and Lenovo Group Ltd.’s Motorola Mobility trailed distantly in third and fourth places, with their market shares falling by 0.1 percentage point each to 8.3 percent and 4.9 percent, respectively, comScore said.
Android remained the top smartphone operating system in the second quarter, but its overall market share fell 0.8 percentage points to 51.6 percent.
In the three-month period, 190.3 million U.S. residents over the age of 13 owned smartphones, making up 76.7 percent of all mobile phone subscribers in the country, according to the market research company.
Taipei-based CIMB Securities Ltd. analyst Wang Wan-li said in a recent memo to clients that the smartphone lifecycle seems to be getting shorter as the quality and function of most Android-based smartphones converge.