Blue chips buoy market indices Business

Blue chips buoy market indices

Gains of blue chips on January 24 helped sustain a market rise on the HCM Stock Exchange, with the VN-Index climbing over 2 percent to close at 452.40 points.
Looser trading cap spurs shares Business

Looser trading cap spurs shares

Shares managed to rally on both national stock exchanges on January 15, with many listed stocks hitting their newly-extended ceiling prices.

Bourses undergoing correction

Shares failed to add value on the HCM Stock Exchange on January 14 with the benchmark VN-Index losing 0.8 percent to close at 458.97 points.

Late buys help boost bourses

Stronger money flow in the afternoon's session on Jan. 10 rescued shares from the morning's fall, which took place under heavy pressure to sell.

Blue chips spur VN-Index

Solid gains in blue chips continued to support the VN-Index on Jan 8, pushing it up to an eight-month high of 447.16 points, while the VN30 tracking the top 30 shares was also up 3.18 percent, closing at 525.36 points.

HCM City market back in black

Shares finally managed to post gains on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange on December 3, but the story in Hanoi remained dismal following meagre trading on the previous trading day on November 30.

Foreign buys help lift stocks

Foreign buying of several blue chips helped boost the VN-Index on HCM City's exchange on Nov. 20 by 0.46 percent to close at 385.10 points.

Bourses see share rally

On the HCM Stock Exchange, the VN-Index closed at 386.71 points, a 0.29 percent increase, on November 9.

Bourses see rise and fall

Shares listed on the HCM Stock Exchange failed to retain gains during the session on October 11 though advancers overwhelmed decliners by 129-68.