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VN Index falls on November’s last day

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VN Index falls on November’s last day

Vietnam’s benchmark VN Index ended November with a volatile session with more than half of the blue chips closing in negative territory due to investors’ worries about the market’s prospect.

VN-Index exceeds 990 points on August 27

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VN-Index exceeds 990 points on August 27

The benchmark VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) gained 4.87 points to stay at 991.92 points on August 27, with 189.5 million shares valued at more than 4.47 trillion VND (192 million USD) traded.

Vietnamese stocks continue rallying

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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

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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).

Caution predicted on stock market before Tet

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Caution predicted on stock market before Tet

Selling pressure is predicted to extend to this week’s trading, which may have negative impacts on the stock market, in the context of declining trade by foreign investors and unexpected movements in the US market.

Bank stocks expected to drive up market

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Bank stocks expected to drive up market

Vietnamese stocks are expected to rise further on expectations of positive corporate earnings reports from the financial-banking sector and a strong inflow of foreign investment, analysts said.

IPOs needed to improve market

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IPOs needed to improve market

The Government needs to enlarge the scale of the market and lure more State-owned enterprises to list shares through speeding up their equitisation, according to Luu Trung Thai, Vice Chairman of Military Bank.

Stocks soar on positive outlook

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Stocks soar on positive outlook

Vietnamese shares advanced further on January 19 as investor sentiment was cushioned by recent strong recovery of the market and hopes for better corporate performance in 2018.

VN-Index gains may not last

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VN-Index gains may not last

The VN-Index made gains for the fourth straight day on strong capital inflow, but analysts warn of a possible profit-taking correction on January 12.

VN-Index breaks 1,000 point level

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VN-Index breaks 1,000 point level

The VN-Index broke the 1,000-point threshold on January 3, closing up 0.99 percent at 1,005.67 points, despite increasing profit-taking pressure towards the end of the session.