Two investors follow the stock index at the VNDirect Stock Exchange (Source: VNA)

HCM City stocks end four-day rally

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index fell after a four-day rally, dragged down by financial-banking, retail and agricultural stocks.
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VN-Index rises further, not affected by global market

Benchmark VN-Index further rose on March 26, gaining 17.63 points to settle at 1,171.22 points as it seemed not affected by the global stock market among concerns over a possible US-China trade war.
An underwriter monitors stock trades at the Hanoi Stock Exchange (Photo: VNA)

Shares up on bank stocks, oil rises

A huge purchase of banking shares in the final minutes of the February 27 session on the local stock exchanges drove shares up, after a brief fall at the beginning of the session.
Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung beats the gong at the Lunar New Year ceremony at the HCM Stock Exchange (Photo: VNA)

Vietnam targets effective, safe growth of stock market

The Government and the State Securities Commission plan to carry out key measures to develop the stock market in a rapid and effective but safe manner, Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung has said.
Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung beats the gong at the beginning of the Year of the Dog ceremony at the HCM Stock Exchange on February 23. (Photo: VNA/VNS)

VN stock market targets safe growth

The Government and the State Securities Commission plan to carry out some key measures to develop the stock market in a rapid and effective but safe manner, Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung has said.

An investor follows transactions at Sai Gon Securities Inc (SSI) in Hanoi. (Photo: VNA)

Shares gain on oil and banking stocks

Vietnamese shares posted a strong comeback on February 12 after a two-day collapse, due to strong investor interest in large-cap stocks that led the market upturn on expectations of good earnings reports.
An investor passes by trading screens at Tan Viet Securities Company in Hanoi. (Photo: VNA)

Little movement forecast for Vietnamese stocks

Vietnamese shares are forecast to move marginally this week as investors could realise their earnings after having priced in the growth prospects of both the market and local stocks.