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Vietnamese shares may bounce back next week as investors will seek stocks that suffered sharp falls in previous sessions, analysts said.
The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange on November 18 introduced three new stock indices developed based on the investment requirements of local funds.
Although the Unlisted Public Company Market attracts less attention from investors than the HCM and Ha Noi stock exchanges, the market still offers potential opportunities for market players who thoroughly understand it.
Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index last week ended at its 13-month high but its struggle on the last two days signalled growth had stalled and it would move sideways in the coming week.
The VN-Index is expected to enter an uptrend towards a new resistance zone after successfully penetrating the psychological resistance mark of 1,000 points, analysts said.
The market is forecast to move sideways with alternative ups and downs in a narrow range next week, analysts have predicted.
Concerns about the US-China trade talks have lifted for now, and investors are turning their attention to third quarter earnings reports and how listed companies will perform in the last three months of the year.
The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) will solely concentrate on operating the according to the Ministry of Finance.
The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) plans to introduce a new index that contains foreign-ownership-capped shares.
Investors may want to brace for a bumpy trading week as the Vietnamese stock market is still vulnerable to the unpredictability of global shocks in geographic, political and economic conditions.
The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) held the first trading session of covered warrants (CWs) on June 28, marking the debut of this type of securities product on the Vietnamese stock market.
Merging the two national stock exchanges would improve efficiency and trading conditions, the 14th National Assembly heard at a meeting on June 6.