Foreign capital flow to return to Vietnam’s stock market

Foreign capital flow to return to Vietnam’s stock market

Although the trade war between the US and China showed signs of escalation, the Vietnam’s stock market will be positive in the last quarter of this year thanks to the return of foreign capital flow, said experts at a seminar on the trade war's influence to businesses hosted in HCMC on Friday.
Stocks up, gold down

Stocks up, gold down

The Vietnam’s stock market extended winning streak to a third consecutive trading session on August 30 whereas the price of gold in Vietnam slid by VND300,000 per tael (1.2 ounces) as global bullion price cooled down.
Gold, stocks decline simultaneously

Gold, stocks decline simultaneously

The price of gold in Vietnam retreated from the recently-made record high of VND43 million per tael (1.2 ounces) on August 27 as global bullion price failed to maintain at a more-than-six-year high.
Gold hits VND41 million per tael

Gold hits VND41 million per tael

The price of gold in Vietnam jumped to VND41 million (US$1,762.38) per tael (1.2 ounces) on August 6 as global bullion price hit six-year highs due to increasing safe-haven demand amid escalating trade war between the US and China.
Gold, dollar drop while stocks climb after Fed cuts interest rate

Gold, dollar drop while stocks climb after Fed cuts interest rate

The price of gold in Vietnam fell by nearly VND500,000 per tael (1.2 ounces) on August 1 as global gold price plummeted after the US Federal Reserve decided to cut interest rate of the US dollar by 0.25 percent to 2-2.25 percent per annum due to low inflation pressure and impacts caused by movements in the world after its two-day meeting at the end of July.
VN-Index tumbles due to profit-taking selling pressure

VN-Index tumbles due to profit-taking selling pressure

In the trading session on July 30, the Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index surpassed the 1,000-point mark right at the beginning of the trading session. However, after touching this mark, the market faced increasing selling pressures, causing several large-cap stocks to plummet, affecting significantly rising momentum of the market.
VN-Index revives nearly 10 points

VN-Index revives nearly 10 points

The Vietnam’s stock market ended two-day losing streak on July 16 as blue-chip stocks rallied thanks to increasing buying demand.
VN-Index declines nearly 1 percent

VN-Index declines nearly 1 percent

The Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index curbed a two-day winning streak on July 8 due to losing trend on Asian stock market as strong US job report tempered hopes the Federal Reserve might cut interest rate soon.
VN-Index declines more than 9 percent last year

VN-Index declines more than 9 percent last year

The representative of the State Securities Commission of Vietnam (SSC) on January 21 said that by the end of 2018, the VN-Index lost 9.3 percent compared to the end of 2017, staying at 892.54 points and the HNX-Index fell 10.8 percent to 104.23 points.
Illustrative image (Source: VNA)

VN-Index losses 18 points on December 17

Under selling pressure from the beginning of the session, the VN-Index was down by over 18.39 points at the end of December 17 from the previous day, ending up at 933.65 points.