VN stock market
The Vietnamese stock market in the first half (H1) of 2021 broke many records.
Vietnam: one of fastest recovering stock markets
The Vietnamese stock market regained nearly 100 points after a gloomy March, producing one of the best performances among stock markets around the globe.
Positive signs in COVID-19 prevention buoy VN-Index up
Thanks to positive signs in COVID-19 prevention, the VN-Index had a fabulous run since early April.
Securities service fees cut does help, but more drastic measures in need: experts
The finance ministry’s recent cut and exemption of some securities service fees won't urgently help soothe investor nerves over the spread of the COVID-19 and more strong measures are needed to support businesses, analysts have said.
Investment funds report poor performances in February
Latest reports from investment funds in February show they have suffered from the decline of the market amid the global spread of coronavirus, or COVID-19.
Equitisation vital for VN stock market growth
The successful equitisation and capital divestment of State-owned enterprises (SOEs) would create benefits that boosted the stock market and business performance, experts have said.
As coronavirus fears persist, stock market volatility seen continuing
As the coronavirus is going global, the local stock market is forecast to experience continued volatility next week, according to securities firms.
Stocks seen struggling next week as virus worries remain
Local stocks are forecast to struggle in a narrow range next week as investors are still uncertain about the prospects of the market and especially businesses hit by the coronavirus outbreak.
Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index projected to jump 80%: Pyn Elite
The move reflected Pyn Elite Fund’s view of Vietnam’s positive economic outlook and the robust profit growth of listed companies, as well as its belief in the continuous modernization of Vietnamese financial market.
More open policies to attract foreign capital into Vietnam’s securities market
Though the current legal regulations allow foreign investors to fully own a local firm, the investors still face hindrances to pour funds into some conditional business lines.
Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange develops new index for foreign-ownership-limited firms
The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) plans to introduce a new index that contains foreign-ownership-capped shares.
Trade wars, quarterly earnings to keep VN stocks down in September
The market sentiment will remain lateral in September weighed down by global economic and political tensions while trading quiet amid speculations of Q3 corporate earnings.
VN-Index may face correction pressure when nearing 1000 points
The VN-Index is forecast to face correction pressure when approaching the 1000-point milestone this week as market sentiment is responsive to global market fluctuations, analysts said.
Trade war likely to dampen VN markets this week
Rising fears about the US-China trade war are forecast to continue to drag down market sentiment and dampen investor confidence.
Market volatility delays share-issuance plans
As the Vietnamese stock market has been volatile in recent months, many listed firms have given up on plans to issue shares to raise charter capital.
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.
Stock losses extend for second day
Many big-cap stocks closed down on April 10, leading the VN-Index of the Hochiminh Stock Exchange to inch down for the second straight session this week.
Stock investors advised to hold fire in sell-down
Recent index falls could trigger another correction in Vietnam’s stock market, despite a positive long-term outlook among foreign investors.
Billion-dollar deals and the cutthroat competition among securities companies
Investment banking (IB) is a difficult business, which explains why only a few Vietnamese companies can carry it out, though the market is valued at billions of dollars.