Vietnam stock market remains attractive to foreign investors
Foreign investors net purchased 14.8 million stocks, worth some VND80 billion ($3,42 million) during the week from August 8 – 12, showing that the Vietnamese securities market remained attractive to them.
The benchmark VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) has risen for the fifth week straight on the back of oil, steel and electricity securities, after hitting a bottom of around 1,140 points in early July.
It ended the week at 1,262.33 points, 9.59 points higher than the previous week, gradually approaching the next resistance zone of 1260–1285 points.
On the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX), the HNX-Index picked up 3.52 points to settle at 303.42 points on August 12. UPCoM-Index also inched up 1.52 points to 92.84 points./.
Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet Air, and Bamboo Airways have been honoured in different categories by Skytrax, a UK-based site which ranks airlines and airports.
Vietnam Days Abroad 2022 will be held in Austria, India, and the Republic of Korea (RoK) on the occasion of the anniversaries of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and these countries.
The United Nations (UN) will continue paying attention to and support Vietnam's development priorities towards green and sustainable orientations, and just transition, especially in terms of financial access.
The Washington Times has published an article in which it supports Vietnam's candidacy for the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) for the 2023-2025 term.
The National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting has predicted that storm Noru will enter the East Sea on September 25 evening, and recommended coastal localities to brace themselves for the storm.
The Ministry of Health has asked provinces to calculate the number of children from 6 months old to under 5 years old to prepare a plan on COVID-19 vaccination for them when there are enough conditions and scientific basis.
Amid the continuously fluctuating prices for oil and gasoline, Vietnam is injecting millions of US dollars into the import of these commodities while inadequacies in the domestic market have not yet been resolved.
Commercial banks and large corporations with high capability and transparency will benefit once the $63 billion bond market is managed by new regulations. But analysts warn about the loss of liquidity.
Vietnam continues to strengthen its brand by accelerating national vaccine roll out program for its people and being one of the first markets to reopen in the post-pandemic period, told Tim Evans, CEO of HSBC Vietnam.