Business

Shares stall as volumes decline

Significant buys early in the day softened July 8’s overall market decline, as the VN-Index closed down a negligible 0.19 percent to 446.79.
Business

Volumes pick up but market dips

Following a one-day spike on July 6, the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange returned to its losing way on July 7, with the VN-Index dipping by 1.46 percent to close at 447.63.
Business

Markets bounce back

The VN-Index managed to recover some of its footing on July 6, bouncing back to 454.27 points, an increase of 4.32 percent.
Business

Stocks shake off three-day slump

Domestic stocks managed a three-day losing streak on July 2, with the VN-Index closing up a modest 0.88 percent to 433.79.

High-profile newcomers Vietcombank (VCB) and Bao Viet Holdings (BVH) both plummeted on July 2. VCB closed off 4.13 percent to 58,000 VND, while BVH dropped 4.95 percent to end the day at 48,000 VND.
Business

VN-Index plunges 4 percent

The VN-Index plunged another 4.08 percent on July 1 to close at 430, as most stocks bottomed out on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange.