Update news HNX-Index

Shares to climb on positive Q1 earning results

Shares are forecast to go up this week, propelled by foreign net buying and positive first-quarter business results from listed companies. 

Shares gain on bank and real estate stocks

The market closed higher on Monday as a series of banking and real estate stocks surged, propelling the indices.

July to be a hard month for Vietnamese shares

July looks set to be a hard month for investors as market turbulence continues due to the unpredictability of global stocks and with attention on second-quarter earnings expectations.


Share set to increase, facing corrections

Vietnamese stock market is forecast to move higher this week, where correction and volatility is expected.

Lack of good news to slow market growth: analysts

Local stocks are expected to keep rising this week but their growth would be slower as goods news dries up.

Shares to move sideway as investors brace for Q1 earning reports

Shares are forecast to move sideways this week as investors brace for dreary quarterly earnings reports that could offer more clarity on how badly corporate profits have been damaged by the novel coronavirus pandemic.


Shares not ready for stable growth on concerns over persistent risks

A three-day rally does not mean Vietnamese shares have returned to the growth track as risks are still persistent and there is no clue they have faded away, experts have said.


VN-Index hits rock bottom in past 18 years

The benchmark VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) took a nosedive to close at 835.49 points on March 9, recording the worst slump since 2002.

Market regulator agrees on financial leveraging for UPCoM stocks

Margin lending may be allowed on the Unlisted Pubic Company Market (UPCoM), the State Securities Commission (SSC) vice chairman Pham Hong Son said on Wednesday.


Trading remains quiet amid risk concerns

Brokerage firms and market experts remain pessimistic about market trading this week as investors run out of supportive information while international stocks continue to be weighed down by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Foreign investors remain net sellers on Hanoi Stock Exchange in 2019

In 2019, foreign investors bought in shares worth VND3.7 trillion (US$159.67 million), but offloaded over US$4.4 trillion (US$189.88 million).

Brighter outlook for Vietnam stock market but risks abound

Market analysts and experts have forecast a brighter outlook for the stock market in 2020, but challenges remain arising from internal and external influences.


Trade war worries lifted, but market growth flat: analysts

Concerns about the US-China trade talks have lifted for now, and investors are turning their attention to third quarter earnings reports and how listed companies will perform in the last three months of the year.


Vietnam stocks predicted to swing for another week

Investors may want to brace for a bumpy trading week as the Vietnamese stock market is still vulnerable to the unpredictability of global shocks in geographic, political and economic conditions.

Pessimism may drag VN stocks further this week

Vietnamese shares may continue falling this week as investors remain pessimistic about economic and business prospects in 2019.

VN-Index hits four-year high

 VietNamNet Bridge – Shares in HCM City extended last Friday's gains during on Monday session (Jan 20), as the VN-Index jumped 1.85 per cent to a four-year high of 553.67 points.

Economic activities fail to enliven shares

VietNamNet Bridge – Shares were mixed last week with a weak cash flow and cautious investors, but some data hinted at economic recovery.

Inflation and foreign selling sink VN shares

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Vietnamese stock market witnessed a dreadful week, with the VN-Index dropping 4.1 per cent to 486.82 points and the HNX-Index going from 1.3 per cent to 61.42.

HCM City breaks 500 barrier but liquidity low

 VietNamNet Bridge – Shares made significant gains on the HCM City Stock Exchange last week to break the 500 point barrier, but stocks tumbled in Ha Noi as liquidity remained low.

Shares subside as foreign investors sell blue chips

VietNamNet Bridge – The market fell sharply again last week, primarily due to strong selling pressure in blue-chips, including property developers Vingroup, Hoang Anh Gia Lai, Vietinbank, Vietcombank,