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The Vietnamese stock market may move marginally up as investors look forward to foreign exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to complete their quarterly investment reviews.

 

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.

Plummeting stock prices raise fears of businesses being acquired

As many stocks have plunged below their real value, foreign funds are combing Vietnamese shares, raising fears that Vietnamese companies will be acquired by 'shark' investors.

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.

 

Market to struggle with profit-taking after three-week rally

Stronger profit-taking is expected in the coming days as the benchmark VN-Index is on track to touch 800 points again and that short-term peak will be an opportunity for investors to realise their profits.

 

VN stock market has torrid time in March

The stock market fell sharply in March, with all indices dropping steeply, according to the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange.

Vietnam Airlines shares unavailable for margin lending

Vietnam Airlines is among 51 stocks that had been barred from margin lending in the second quarter, according to the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE).

 

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.

 

Vietnam’s stock market has tough time in February

The Vietnamese stock market had a tough time throughout February with most stocks weakening amid concern about the global spread of the coronavirus disease(COVID-19).

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.

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).

Vietnam stocks to keep falling on disease fears

 The Vietnamese stock market has been forecast to fall next week amid fears of coronavirus and a focus on pharmaceutical stocks.

 

Brokerages hope for more capital in VN stock market

Vietnam’s stock market is expected to lure more foreign capital in 2020, according to brokerages.

Global news, pre-Tet sentiment key to Vietnam stocks

US-Iran tensions and pre-Tet sentiment will be two key factors impacting the Vietnamese stock market in the coming week (January 6-10).

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.

 

VN stocks to head up in December, trade war concerns expected

After having declined for four straight weeks, the Vietnamese market may rebound in December as analysts and securities companies expect that cheaper shares will attract hungry investors amid the world’s volatility.

 

Bottom fishing may push shares up slightly

Vietnamese shares may bounce back next week as investors will seek stocks that suffered sharp falls in previous sessions, analysts said.

Billions of shares pending for HoSE listing

The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) is preparing to receive billions of shares after companies delayed listing plans due to poor trading conditions.

Technical recovery expected but massive spending is risky: analysts

The VN-Index had rallied between the end of October and the beginning of November, with strong growth of large-cap firms.