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.
Customers go shopping at Aeon Mall Binh Tan. (Photo: SGGP)

FDI capital heavily shifts to Vietnam

37 Japanese enterprises had decided to invest in Vietnam. This is the latest information that the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) released at the end of December this year. According to analysts, not only Japanese enterprises but many foreign enterprises from Europe, the US, Singapore, and South Korea also choose Vietnam as their investment destination. It has made Vietnam become the safest and most attractive destination for foreign investors in 2021.
Stocks, gold go up

Stocks, gold go up

Vietnam’s stock market managed to curb the losing trend in the trading session on December 1, thanks to strong bottom-fishing demand.
Wind turbine construction in Bac Lieu Province. (Photo: SGGP)

Investment attraction in Mekong Delta flourishes

Recently, the situation of investment attraction in the Mekong Delta has had positive changes. Many large projects with investment capital from trillions of Vietnamese dong to tens of trillions of Vietnamese dong have landed in the rice granary in the West, creating new directions, contributing to promoting economic development.
Electronic component production at MTEX Company (Japan) in HCMC. (Photo: SGGP)

FDI enterprises expand their supply chains in Vietnam

The risk of a new outbreak of Covid-19 in Europe and the US has been raising concerns that supply chains of raw materials for production will break again. Therefore, foreign direct investment (FDI) enterprises that manufacture end products in Vietnam have been accelerating their capacity to expand domestic supply chains.
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.