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VN Index hits new record high

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VN Index hits new record high

Vietnam’s benchmark VN Index marginally surpassed the record high of 1,170 points on March 22 as energy stocks remained upbeat and insurers and agriculture firms performed strongly as well.

VN-Index rises for fourth day

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VN-Index rises for fourth day

Shares rose for the fourth consecutive day on February 28 on the HCM City Stock Exchange, largely on the strength of a handful of banking and energy blue-chips.

Shares up on bank stocks, oil rises

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Shares up on bank stocks, oil rises

A huge purchase of banking shares in the final minutes of the February 27 session on the local stock exchanges drove shares up, after a brief fall at the beginning of the session.

Large-caps strongly support VN-Index

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Large-caps strongly support VN-Index

Vietnamese shares rallied on February 26 but the uptrend weakened towards the closing minutes due to selling pressure in a number of blue-chips, especially during the ATC session.

Strong purchase drives shares up

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Strong purchase drives shares up

Vietnamese shares posted a strong comeback on February 23 following the previous day’s slump, thanks to strong cash flow which poured into the blue-chips, especially during the ATC session.

Shares gain on oil and banking stocks

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Shares gain on oil and banking stocks

Vietnamese shares posted a strong comeback on February 12 after a two-day collapse, due to strong investor interest in large-cap stocks that led the market upturn on expectations of good earnings reports.

Caution predicted on stock market before Tet

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Caution predicted on stock market before Tet

Selling pressure is predicted to extend to this week’s trading, which may have negative impacts on the stock market, in the context of declining trade by foreign investors and unexpected movements in the US market.

Shares drop on selling pressure

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Shares drop on selling pressure

Vietnamese shares declined on January 1 as the market reversed quickly at the end of the trading session and especially during the ATC session, dragged down by blue chips in the banking and energy sectors.

Bank stocks expected to drive up market

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Bank stocks expected to drive up market

Vietnamese stocks are expected to rise further on expectations of positive corporate earnings reports from the financial-banking sector and a strong inflow of foreign investment, analysts said.

VN-Index gains may not last

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VN-Index gains may not last

The VN-Index made gains for the fourth straight day on strong capital inflow, but analysts warn of a possible profit-taking correction on January 12.