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The market traded two different ways on Friday with the VN-Index failing to cross the psychological level of 1,200 points, as rising selling pressure outweighed demand for riskier assets.

Indices fluctuate on mixed driving forces

Indices witnessed mixed performance on Thursday, as the uptrend was cushioned by many large-cap stocks, however, lingering selling pressure capped gains.

Share prices rise, strong cash flow emerges

Vietnam’s stock market made a spectacular breakthrough in the first months of the year with the VN Index staying at the 1,200 point threshold and some blue-chip prices strongly increasing.

Small investors continue inundating markets

The sudden surge in individual investors that had inundated the stock markets throughout last year has not waned in the first two months of 2021, with the VN-Index exhausting at a historical peak of 1,200 points.

Vietnam: one of fastest recovering stock markets

The Vietnamese stock market regained nearly 100 points after a gloomy March, producing one of the best performances among stock markets around the globe.

Stock investors turn more cautious after taking loss

The stock market these days is beset with anxiety and cautiousness. Investors cannot predict how the stock prices while foreign investors sell more than buy.

‘Sell-and-leave undercurrent’ concerns Vietnamese billionaires

Many big foreign investors are stepping up the sale of shares of leading enterprises in their business fields, raising concern about the departure of foreign capital.

Three scenarios for Vietnam stock market in late 2017

The VN Index increased by 12.86 points on November 20, by 14.75 points on November 21, and 14.36 points on November 22. By November 24, the index had risen by 98.29 points, or 11.7 percent.

Vietnam stock index jumps to 10-year high

VietNamNet Bridge - The VN Index this year has reached new highs, with the 1,000 point threshold, an all-time high, expected to be very near.

The ‘small kings’ in Vietnam stock market

Having smaller charter capital and not being as well-known as big companies like Hoa Phat and The Gioi Di Dong, smaller companies still can make fat profits and become ‘kings’ in their business fields.

VN Index down on the back of blue chips

Viet Nam’s benchmark VN Index remained fragile on Monday, losing its positive momentum as investors remained cautious over the current market downtrend.

Female securities investors make impressive million-dollar deals

Many transactions worth millions of dollars have been made recently, stirring up the stock market. The common characteristic of the deals was that they were made by female investors.

Highly valued firms enter bourse, attracting investors

VietNamNet Bridge - Hundreds of trillions of shares in dong transacted on the bourses since the last days of 2016 have brought great opportunities to investors.

Despite losses, shares of big enterprises still attractive to investors

VietNamNet Bridge - Many enterprises have reported unsatisfactory business results for 2015, with shares remaining attractive in investors’ eyes.

Vietnamese stock market now attractive to foreign investors

Vietnam is emerging as one of the most attractive emerging markets, as reported in many foreign newspapers and financial newswires, after the government of Vietnam lifted the foreign ownership ratio ceiling in unconditional business fields.

Securities now as dirt cheap as onions

The Vietnamese stocks have become cheapest than ever. Investors now keep the wait-and-see attitude and look forward to the measures to rescue the market promised by watchdog agencies.