Foreign investors have poured around 36.4 billion USD into the Vietnamese stock market by the end of 2019.(Photo: VNA)

Foreign investors interested in Vietnamese stock market

Foreign investors have poured around US$36.4 billion into the Vietnamese stock market by the end of 2019, a rise of 11.6 percent from a year earlier, according to the State Securities Commission (SSC).
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VN-Index to move flat, large-cap stocks to weaken

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index last week ended at its 13-month high but its struggle on the last two days signalled growth had stalled and it would move sideways in the coming week.
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 drops after two green days

VN-Index drops after two green days

The Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index dropped after two-day recovery. The measure of 344 stocks on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange slid 2.2 points, or 0.25 percent, to close at 887.44 points. Foreign investors also contributed to the VN-Index’s loss when continuing to net sell more than 5.7 million shares, worth VND115.6 billion.

Two investors follow the stock index at the VNDirect Stock Exchange (Source: VNA)

HCM City stocks end four-day rally

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index fell after a four-day rally, dragged down by financial-banking, retail and agricultural stocks.
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VN-Index rises 3.35 points on July 23

The benchmark VN-Index of the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) rose 3.35 points to close at 936.74 points on July 23. 
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VN-Index rises further, not affected by global market

Benchmark VN-Index further rose on March 26, gaining 17.63 points to settle at 1,171.22 points as it seemed not affected by the global stock market among concerns over a possible US-China trade war.
An investor watches share prices on a computer screen. (Photo: VNS)

Shares trend down on profit-taking

The benchmark VN-Index declined for the first time this week, closing Thursday’s trade down 0.44 percent at 750.13 points on the HCM Stock Exchange.