Vietnamese stocks continue rallying Business

Vietnamese stocks continue rallying

Vietnamese shares advanced on August 22 despite investors’ profit-taking as overall market sentiment remained positive about the possibility of resolving China-US trade tensions.
VN-Index pulled down by large-cap stocks Business

VN-Index pulled down by large-cap stocks

The benchmark VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) dropped 16.9 points to settle at 961.37 points on August 15, with over 188.9 million shares changed hands at a value of over 4.45 trillion VND (191.3 million USD).
Vietnamese stocks gain on divestment plans Business

Vietnamese stocks gain on divestment plans

Vietnamese shares ended on August 10 on a positive note, driven by financial-banking and energy sectors as confidence was boosted by news on State capital divestment from State-owned businesses.
Profit-taking drags stocks down Business

Profit-taking drags stocks down

Vietnamese shares fell on August 9 as strong selling pressure weighed down large-cap stocks and listed firms suffered from negative news of the macro-economy.
Banking stocks push shares up Business

Banking stocks push shares up

Vietnamese shares rose on both the northern and southern local exchanges on July 16 as more cash was poured into the banking sector.
Selling pressure drives market down Business

Selling pressure drives market down

Shares plummeted on July 3 as strong selling pressure pushed the benchmark VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) and the HNX-Index on the Hanoi Exchange (HNX) to hit rock bottom in 2018.
Shares close in red on selling pressure Business

Shares close in red on selling pressure

Shares closed the June 21 session in the red on both local stock exchanges as the selling pressure had been dominating since the beginning of morning session, despite the positive performance recorded on the previous day.
VN-Index loses more than 25 points on June 19 Business

VN-Index loses more than 25 points on June 19

Shares declined as the downward trend on the previous day continued, forcing the benchmark VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) to lose 25.18 points to close at 962.16 points on June 19.
Forbes Vietnam announces top 50 firms Business

Forbes Vietnam announces top 50 firms

Forbes Vietnam has announced Vietnam’s 50 top listed companies for 2018, which account for 70.8 percent of total market capitalisation on the HCM and Hanoi stock exchanges.