Market dips as foreign investors sell Business

Market dips as foreign investors sell

The stock market fell on both bourses on May 29 as foreign investors continued to reduce their total net buy value by two thirds to 18.2 billion VND (842,000 USD).

Blue chips drag down bourses

Shares saw big losses at the close of the market on May 12, dragged down by blue chips. Between the two bourses, the number of declining stocks tripled that of advancing ones.

Blue chips drive market down

Large-cap stocks weakened in the afternoon of May 11 after making some progress in the morning, resulting in the decline of indices on both bourses.

Large-caps lift national indices

The national stock market continued its recovery on both bourses for the second consecutive trading session on April 10, as large-cap shares remained the most important factor in boosting the market.
Markets fall on foreign sell-offs Business

Markets fall on foreign sell-offs

Foreign investors on March 11 remained the markets' top sellers for the fourth session in a row as they increased their net selling value by 166.17 percent over the previous day’s session to 83.8 billion VND (4 million USD), hurting both southern and northern bourses' performance.

HCM City session ends with 0.7 percent gains

The VN-Index on the Hochiminh Stock Exchange finished 0.7 percent higher at 596.72 points during the February 26 trading session. Overall, the gainers outnumbered the losers by 138 to 79.

Unlisted SOEs must trade on UPCoM

State-owned enterprises (SOEs) must trade in the unlisted public companies market (UPCoM) within 90 days of an initial public offering (IPO) and before official listing, the Ministry of Finance said.

Bank shares climb on dong depreciation

Bank shares continued to rise on January 7 after the State Bank increased the US dollar exchange rate by 1 percent from 21,246 VND per dollar to 21,458 VND, boosting both bourses.