Shares drop for third time Business

Shares drop for third time

Vietnamese shares on August 21 extended losses to the third day in a row as investors showed little confidence in the market after receiving negative information.
 Shares retreat for a second day Business

Shares retreat for a second day

Vietnamese shares dropped on August 20 for a second day - and for a seventh session in the last eight - as global oil prices plunged to a six-year low, weighing on energy stocks.
Speculative shares drive local market Business

Speculative shares drive local market

Speculative shares played the role of hero on the national stock market on August 5, attracting attention from investors that drove both indices up to end a recent slump.
Losses continue to hit markets Business

Losses continue to hit markets

Local shares on August 4 extended losses on both bourses as blue chips continued their recent slip. Market liquidity also took a sudden tumble, ending at two-thirds of previous day's figure.
Local indices end on mixed note Business

Local indices end on mixed note

Local shares divided in different directions on the two bourses, with lower market liquidity as investors exercised caution on the market's correction.

Foreign ownership law lifts securities market

The securities market in HCM City has seen positive changes since the issuance of Government Decree 60/2015 which would permit a higher rate of foreign ownership in domestic public companies.
Insurance shares drive market Business

Insurance shares drive market

Insurance shares continued driving the national market up, helping the VN Index approach the benchmark of 630 points on July 10. However, the index lost its growth during the last minutes as blue chips could not maintain their strong increases.

Local bourses continue decline

Blue chips on July 10 remained the biggest problem for investors as they had a mixed performance and were unable to drive the market up.

Market inches down despite rising liquidity

The nation's two indices continued to slide on June 26 despite the Government replacing Decree 58/2012 with Decree 60/2015, allowing foreign investors to increase their ownership to 100 percent of Vietnamese listed public companies.