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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.
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.
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.
Realtors and securities investors have been pocketing big money in recent months.
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.
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.
Many new investors have made high profits after the stock market reached a record high.
The capitalization value of some banks has increased by one billion dollars within a short time.
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.
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.
During this year’s shareholders’ meeting season, big changes in shareholders’ structure have been made and many bank managers have been replaced.
FLC of billionaire Trinh Van Quyet has seen the share price soar amid the HCM City Stock Exchange’s (HOSE) notice about the businessman’s plan to buy 15 million shares.
The stock market continued to decline with another $12 billion lost, following the loss of $23 billion one month before.
Vinasun, the No 1 taxi company in the taxi market, is bogged down in difficulties amid the appearance of of ride-hailing firms and the Covid-19 pandemic.
Le Phuoc Vu, president of Hoa Sen Group, a large steel sheet manufacturer, continues to lead a secluded life on a mountain. However, he continues to make important decisions for Hoa Sen, which had an impressive business performance in 2020.
The Vietnamese stock market saw an unprecedented plunge on January 19. But panic did not occur.
The stock market witnessed rare strong fluctuations in 2020, reflecting the historical fear and strong expectations of investors.
There are signs of foreign capital returning to Vietnam in the context of global stabilization. Vietnam has a great opportunity to break out thanks to the rapid recovery from Covid-19 and its open economy.