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.
Stocks up, gold down

Stocks up, gold down

The Vietnam’s stock market extended winning streak to a third consecutive trading session on August 30 whereas the price of gold in Vietnam slid by VND300,000 per tael (1.2 ounces) as global bullion price cooled down.
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 tumbles due to profit-taking selling pressure

VN-Index tumbles due to profit-taking selling pressure

In the trading session on July 30, the Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index surpassed the 1,000-point mark right at the beginning of the trading session. However, after touching this mark, the market faced increasing selling pressures, causing several large-cap stocks to plummet, affecting significantly rising momentum of the market.
VN-Index revives nearly 10 points

VN-Index revives nearly 10 points

The Vietnam’s stock market ended two-day losing streak on July 16 as blue-chip stocks rallied thanks to increasing buying demand.
VN-Index declines nearly 1 percent

VN-Index declines nearly 1 percent

The Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index curbed a two-day winning streak on July 8 due to losing trend on Asian stock market as strong US job report tempered hopes the Federal Reserve might cut interest rate soon.
VN-Index plunges below 950 points

VN-Index plunges below 950 points

The Vietnam’s stock market opened week with strong shake on June 17 as blue-chip stocks dropped drastically. Despite selling pressure, there was no dumping on the market.
Bearish sentiment sends market down

Bearish sentiment sends market down

The Vietnam’s stock market closed in red for a second consecutive trading session on June 12 due to increasing selling pressure.
VN-Index slumps nearly 14 points

VN-Index slumps nearly 14 points

The Vietnam’s stock market extended losing momentum to a fifth trading session on June 6 as bullish sentiment urged investors to dump shares heavily.