Shares to grow slower in next two weeks Business

Shares to grow slower in next two weeks

Vietnamese shares are forecast to rise at a slower pace over the last two weeks of the year amid worries about volatile global markets and falling domestic purchases despite the upcoming quarterly earnings season.
JICA helps Vietnam improve stock market’s fairness, transparency Business

JICA helps Vietnam improve stock market’s fairness, transparency

The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) will carry out a project to help Vietnam improve the fairness and transparency of its stock market, according to a document on the November 5 meeting between the agency and the State Securities Commission of Vietnam (SSC) discussing the project.
VN Index to rise amid volatility, weak liquidity Business

VN Index to rise amid volatility, weak liquidity

Vietnamese shares are forecast to extend their growth in the final week of August by a marginal rate while volatility is widely expected by analysts as buyers are believed to be cautious due to the lack of news that could bolster optimism in the market.
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.
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.
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.
Shares dragged down by blue-chips Business

Shares dragged down by blue-chips

Vietnamese shares declined on April 13 as the market reversed quickly at the end of the trading session, dragged down by blue chips in banking and energy.