VN-Index retreats by nearly 26 points

VN-Index retreats by nearly 26 points

The selling pressure from foreign investors has caused Vietnam's stock market to have the sharpest drop in the past three months on October 28.
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.
VN-Index collapses nearly 19 points

VN-Index collapses nearly 19 points

The Vietnam’s stock market nose-dived on March 25 to open week in red as investors dumped blue-chip stocks heavily due to bearish sentiment caused by global securities market.
VN-Index opens week in bullish sentiment

VN-Index opens week in bullish sentiment

Green covered the Vietnam’s stock market on March 4 with several blue-chip stocks, including VIC, VHM, GAS, VNM and VRE jumping strongly.
Foreign investors’ buying keeps market afloat

Foreign investors’ buying keeps market afloat

Although blue-chip stocks made correction after increasing for many trading sessions, Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index still maintained rising momentum on February 25 as foreign investors’ net buying buoyed up the market.
VN-Index approaches 990 points

VN-Index approaches 990 points

The Vietnam’s stock market maintained rising trend on February 21 as blue-chip stocks strongly jumped at the end of the trading session.
VN-Index surpasses 970 points

VN-Index surpasses 970 points

Although the number of losing stocks took the upper hand on the market, the Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index still managed to surpass 970 points on February 20 thanks to rallying blue-chip stocks, including VRE, SAB, HPG, BID and VHM.