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 3.35 points on July 23

The benchmark VN-Index of the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) rose 3.35 points to close at 936.74 points on July 23. 
The VN-Index of the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) rose 21.12 points on July 18 (Photo: VNA)

VN-Index rises over 21 points

The VN-Index of the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) rose 21.12 points on July 18, with 223.9 million shares worth over 4.9 trillion VND (211 million USD) traded. 
The VN-Index has slipped from the 900 points level. (Photo: Thanh Tri)

Vietnam’s stock market drops dramatically because of US-China trade war

Since the peak on April 9 with the peaks of 1,204 points, VN-Index has evaporated nearly 300 points, equivalent to 25% decrease, equivalent to more than US$ 30 billion in just over two months and became the worst performing market in the world in the same period.

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VN-Index increases by 3 points

The benchmark VN-Index of the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) recovered on May 23 with a rise of 3.03 points to close at 988.94 points.
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Shares slump on selling pressure

The VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) dropped 43.08 points to 1,076.78 points on April 23, representing a decrease of 3.85 percent. 
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VN-Index drops 43.9 points due to selling pressure

Panic and selling pressure embraced the whole stock market on April 19, pushing the VN-Index down to 1,094.63 points, a fall of 43.9 points as compared to the previous day.