Investors at a securities company. (Photo: SGGP)

Investors need to stay calm, waiting for opportunities

Within only three trading sessions after the lunar New Year, Vietnam’s stock market has lost nearly 70 points or 7 percent and market capitalization evaporated nearly VND300 trillion (US$13 billion) as investors dumped shares heavily due to concerns over the novel coronavirus outbreak.
VN-Index ends January in bearish sentiment

VN-Index ends January in bearish sentiment

Vietnam’s stock market plummeted heavily the second day on January 31due to concerns over the current outbreak of novel coronavirus after losing more than 30 points in the first trading session after the lunar New Year.
Prospects of Vietnam’s stock market in 2020

Prospects of Vietnam’s stock market in 2020

This year, the picture of Vietnam’s stock market is expected to have many bright parts amid the context that the macro-economy is maintained stable, economic growth is positive with the factors, including inflation and exchange rate being managed flexibly and strictly controlled.
VN-Index drops to below 960 points

VN-Index drops to below 960 points

The Vietnam’s stock market declined the second day on December 3 as Masan’s shares hit the bottom on the day the group announced the merger of Vincommerce and VinEco with Masan Consumer Holdings.
VN-Index passes 1,000 points

VN-Index passes 1,000 points

The Vietnam’s stock market officially surpassed the 1,000-point mark on October 30 after seven months despite strong selling pressure thanks to support from blue-chip stocks.
Gold regains, stocks plummet heavily

Gold regains, stocks plummet heavily

The price of gold in Vietnam recouped the VND41 million per tael mark on October 2 as global recovered after declining for several trading sessions due to a weakening US dollar.
UPCoM shows good performance in liquidity

UPCoM shows good performance in liquidity

Although stocks on the unlisted public company market (UPCoM) contain many risks, surprisingly, the number of companies increasing was not less than those of two trading floors HOSE and HNX. Whether the fact that many large-cap stocks still stayed on the UPCoM attracted foreign investors or a wide trading range helped the UPCoM to bring higher profits?
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.