Stock market receives positive breeze

Stock market receives positive breeze

Since last weekend, along with strict control on the Covid-19 pandemic, the Government launched several measures on welfare benefits and business support, helping the stock market to rebound strongly, jumping 22.5 points on April 3 and rocketing by nearly 35 points on April 6.
Foreign investors net sell more than VND10 trillion in Q1

Foreign investors net sell more than VND10 trillion in Q1

Statistics by securities companies showed that in the first quarter of this year, the Covid-19 pandemic has directly affected the global economy, neither can Vietnam’s stock market avoid its impacts.

Gold surpasses VND48 million per tael

Gold surpasses VND48 million per tael

The price of gold in Vietnam continued to escalate by VND600,000 per tael (1.2 ounces) to above VND48 million per tael on March 30 although the global gold price retreated to near US$1,600 an ounce.
Stock market staggers as investors react negatively to developments of Covid-19

Stock market staggers as investors react negatively to developments of Covid-19

In the past week, after just five trading sessions, the market capitalization of Vietnam’s stock market had vaporized US$26.3 billion with foreign investors net selling nearly VND2.1 trillion ($90.27 million) as investors reacted negatively to the more and more complicated developments of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Gold advances, stocks decline

Gold advances, stocks decline

The price of gold in Vietnam recovered on March 16 after declining consecutively in many previous days.
Stocks, gold continue to drop sharply

Stocks, gold continue to drop sharply

After the World Health Organization declared the Covid-19 a pandemic, the global financial market tumbled and Vietnam’s stock market on March 12 was unable to avoid its impacts.
Stocks fall, gold continues to escalate

Stocks fall, gold continues to escalate

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index slumped nearly 56 points or 6.28 percent on March 3, the highest drop since October 3, 2001 as Asian stock markets flooded in red due to a record decline of more than 30 percent in the global oil price and unexpected developments of the Covid-19 outbreak.