Vietnamese shares plunged on December 11 as investors turned cautious before exchange-traded funds (ETFs) started restructuring their portfolios (Photo: VNA)

Stocks plummet on investor caution

Vietnamese shares plunged on December 11 as investors turned cautious before exchange-traded funds (ETFs) started restructuring their portfolios. A lack of information during the year-end period also had an impact on confidence.
Investors at Saigon Securities Inc in Hanoi (Photo VNA)

VN-Index up for eighth day in a row

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index extended its rally on November 29 for the eighth consecutive session as investor confidence was lifted by expectations of the Government selling its stakes in listed companies.
An investor watches share prices at Tân Việt Securities Company. (Photo: VNS)

Shares rise amid growing caution

Shares extended gains on November 23 but caution appeared among investors after the VN-Index hit its decade-high.
 
Stock brokers work on the Hanoi Stock Trading Centre (Photo: VNA)

VN stocks extend gains as State unloads

Shares advanced further on both local exchanges on November 13 as investors eagerly anticipated some companies’ sale of more shares to reduce the State’s capital holdings, and by the impacts of the APEC event last week.
Trading transactions are carried out at Alpha Securities Company (Photo: VNA)

Market rebounds on blue chips

Shares rebounded on the HCM Stock Exchange on November 1 as large-cap stocks returned to positive territory. The overall market trading conditions remained negative, however, and signaled more volatility in the near future.
Specialists monitor a bidding session on the Hanoi Stock Exchange. (Photo: VNA)

Speculative stocks muddy market trends

Investors are shifting off blue chips and flirting with speculative stocks, making it more difficult to predict market trends.
Trading transactions at the Hanoi Stock Exchange. (Source: VNA)

VN Index hits 10-year high on rally

Vietnam’s benchmark VN Index rallied for a seventh session on September 8, driven by leading stocks in real estate, food and beverage, insurance-finance and construction sectors.
Shares rose stronger in July 31 afternoon trading as bank stocks accelerated their growth on the back of positive first-half business earnings. (Photo: bizlive.vn)

Banks lead market upturn

Shares rose stronger in July 31 afternoon trading as bank stocks accelerated their growth on the back of positive first-half business earnings.
Investors at ACB Securities Company. (Photo: VNS)

VN Index drops after two-day rise

Vietnam’s benchmark VN Index retreated from a two-day increase as large-cap stocks were brought down by profit-taking pressure.