VN-Index rebounds nearly 17 points

VN-Index rebounds nearly 17 points

After plummeting sharply in many trading sessions last week due to negative impacts as the Covid-19 pandemic recurred in Vietnam, Vietnam’s stock market was vibrant again in the first trading session of August as several stocks in the fields of steel, banking, and securities rallied robustly.
Foreign investors net sell more than VND10 trillion in Q1

Foreign investors net sell more than VND10 trillion in Q1

Statistics by securities companies showed that in the first quarter of this year, the Covid-19 pandemic has directly affected the global economy, neither can Vietnam’s stock market avoid its impacts.

An electronic and mobile retail store of Mobile World Investment Corporation in HCM City. (Photo: thegioididong.com)

VN-Index to move flat, large-cap stocks to weaken

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index last week ended at its 13-month high but its struggle on the last two days signalled growth had stalled and it would move sideways in the coming week.
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.
The benchmark VN-Index recovered on November 26 thanks to the surge of some large-cap stocks (Photo: VNA)

Large-cap stocks surge, recover VN-Index

The surge of some large-cap stocks on the afternoon of November 26 helped the benchmark VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) recover.