Many solutions to prevent network congestion on HoSE

Many solutions to prevent network congestion on HoSE

Vietnam’s stock market in the trading session on March 3 continued to encounter network congestion on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HoSE), so the VN-Index was almost flat.
Investors need to protect themselves against market volatility

Investors need to protect themselves against market volatility

Vietnam’s stock market this week has recovered again with gaining trading sessions and impressive trading volume. The shock caused by the historic slump on January 28 when the VN Index volatilized 6.67 percent, along with the state of no buyers, seems to have been left behind. However, the lesson from that historic stock market crash will never be old when being placed in the context that hundreds of thousands of new investors have entered the stock market lately.
Nearly 86,300 securities accounts opened in January

Nearly 86,300 securities accounts opened in January

According to the Vietnam Securities Depository (VSD), domestic investors opened 86,269 new securities accounts in January this year. Of the newly-opened accounts, 86,000 belonged to individual investors. It is the month with the highest number of new securities trading accounts ever.
Several stocks hit the bottom without buyers in the trading session on January 28. (Photo: SGGP)

Stock market nosedives on panic selling

The recurrence of the Covid-19 pandemic in Vietnam, along with a deep decline in the previous two trading sessions, had impacted significantly the sentiment of domestic investors, causing the stock market to witness the steepest nosedive in history on January 28, with most stocks hitting the bottom without buyers.
VN-Index slashes more than 60 points

VN-Index slashes more than 60 points

Vietnam’s stock market saw the highest drop in history on January 19. Sometimes, the VN-Index lost nearly 75 points in the trading session.
VN-Index surpasses 1,130 points

VN-Index surpasses 1,130 points

With a sharp plunge in the US stock market along with the high increase in the previous trading session, investors on Vietnam’s stock market focused on taking profit right from the beginning of the trading session, causing the benchmark to drop by nearly 5 points. However, the bottom-catching cash flow massively poured into the market, causing the VN-Index to rebound vertically, surpassing 1,130 points.
ACB moves its listing from the HNX to the HoSE from December 9, 2020. (Photo: SGGP)

Commercial banks rush to list on stock exchanges

Commercial banks have been rushing to list shares on the stock exchange, not only because of the D-day but also because the wave of king stocks has returned. Many banking stocks have risen by 30-50 percent, and some stocks even have risen by 100 percent compared to the beginning of the year, prompting bank owners to take the opportunity to put their shares on the market.
VN-Index surges nearly 12 points

VN-Index surges nearly 12 points

The VN-Index recouped nearly 12 points in the trading session on December 16, thanks to strong buyer demand.