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During the last trading sessions of 2021, the stock market was not particularly active. The effect was being felt of unfavorable news on the macro, the most notable of which was the GDP growth of the whole year at only 2.58%.

VN-Index ends final session of 2021 up

Closing the final trading session of 2021 today, December 31, the VN-Index of the Hochiminh Stock Exchange gained 12.31 points, extending its rally for the second day, as many big-cap stocks moved into positive territory.

Stock market 2021: records broken

Covid-19 posed difficulties to many people in 2021, but not to securities investors. They earned big money as the VN Index climbed to new highs.

Vietnam Stock Exchange makes debut

The Vietnam Stock Exchange (VNX) made debut on December 11, on the basis of merging the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) and the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE).

Securities investors pour billions of dollars a day into market

Billions of dollars are pouring into the stock market each trading session as the prices of some stocks have reached historic peaks.

Vn-Index predicted to hit 1.500-mark in H2

All factors are pointing to a positive prospect of Vietnam’s stock market by the end of this year.

Factors keeping capital flowing into Vietnam stock market remain unchanged

The mid-term outlook of the market remains bright, but in short-term, investors may face certain risks.

HOSE technical problems continue despite promises to fix the problems

The stock market is witnessing trading sessions with sharp declines amid technical problems that have gone unresolved for years despite repeated promises from the management agency.


Billions of US dollars flow into Vietnam’s stock market despite Covid-19

The stock market has been witnessing unprecedented cash inflow so far this year, even though the Covid-19 pandemic has become more complicated in Southeast Asia.

Vaccines yet to come, but biotech share prices escalate

Biotech shares, especially the shares of vaccine producers, are being sought by investors.

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.

Vietnam equity market close to Singapore’s levels: HSBC

The benchmark Vn-Index rose 4.1% in April and is up 12.4% year-to-date, outperforming the global emerging markets (GEMs), the Asia ex-Japan, and frontier market indices.


Investors in land, securities see high profits as prices rise

Realtors and securities investors have been pocketing big money in recent months.

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.

Vuong leaves Vinmart, Quang takes over

Billionaire Nguyen Dang Quang will build The CrownX into a $10 billion firm and change the name of VinMart to WinMart, which will follow a new operation model after Vingroup, owned by Pham Nhat Vuong, leaves.

Prices surge on stock market, VN Index reaches record high

Many new investors have made high profits after the stock market reached a record high.

Bank shares in demand as banks report huge profits

The capitalization value of some banks has increased by one billion dollars within a short time.

Land speculation continues, realtors incur big losses

A leading Vietnamese real estate developer has reported an additional loss of tens of billions of dong, raising its total loss in 2020 to VND500 billion, though land prices are escalating all over the country.

Many business leaders refuse salaries, but still pocket big money

The chair of Viet Capital Securities has received zero dong, and the CEO has refused a bonus worth an apartment, buy they still earn money through shares they hold.

Upheavals in banking sector: many managers are replaced

During this year’s shareholders’ meeting season, big changes in shareholders’ structure have been made and many bank managers have been replaced.