Investor caution set to slow stock movements Business

Investor caution set to slow stock movements

Shares are forecast to slow down this week in the face of rising profit-taking pressure after a long rally, net selling by foreign investors and uncertainty before the portfolio restructuring period of exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
VN Index down on low investor confidence Business

VN Index down on low investor confidence

Shares declined on the HCM Stock Exchange on November 2 as the market was hit by poor investor confidence due to a lack of supportive information and by intraday profit-taking.
Positive year seen, 2016 shadow hovers Business

Positive year seen, 2016 shadow hovers

Vietnamese shares may advance in 2017, analysts say, cautioning that market conditions can get volatile with international events of 2016 continuing to exert unpredictable impacts on Vietnam.
Stocks upbeat on Q3 earnings hope Business

Stocks upbeat on Q3 earnings hope

Shares rose further on October 13 as investors remained confident in companies with prospects of better performances in the third quarter of this year.
Blue chips lift market for third day Business

Blue chips lift market for third day

Vietnamese shares extended gains for a third day on the two local exchanges, driven by large-cap stocks, while market trading liquidity improved on higher investor confidence.
Business

VN-Index edges up on large-caps

Shares improved slightly on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange on July 17 thanks to several large-cap stocks' recoveries, but liquidity continued to slide on rising investor caution.
Profit-taking drags down national indices Business

Profit-taking drags down national indices

The market advanced in the first three sessions of last week, but weakened towards the end of the week as profit-taking pressures increased with the VN-Index moving near the resistance level of 600 points.
Business

Shares continue to fall on bourses

Trades on the HCM Stock Exchange on Nov. 30 reached only about 75 percent of the previous day's volume, totaling just 26.2 million shares, as the VN-Index retreated by 0.6 percent to close at 380.69 points.