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Stocks up despite weak sentiment

Vietnamese shares were saved on Monday despite investors’ unwillingness to buy while a strong comeback of oil prices helped lift the petroleum sector.

 

Shares to consolidate at 900 points: experts

Weak market sentiment may continue to weigh on investors, causing stocks to consolidate at current price levels this week, as increasing political and economic risks rattle global markets.

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Shares dip in line with global slump

Vietnamese shares joined the global market downturn tumbling in two main stock exchanges on Friday.

   

Wall St rally fails to help VN shares

Significant variation in large-cap prices weakened the upward momentum of the market on Thursday amid low liquidity.

   

VN stocks move little on US news

Worries about the mid-term US election and Fed meeting kept market sentiment moderate and the market volatile on Wednesday.

   

New securities law is a better fit

The new amended draft law on securities was revised based on the inheritance of the current Securities Law, broadening the scope of regulation and adopting a new approach more suited to mark [ … ]

   

Viettel Post to list on UPCoM

Viettel Post has submitted a request to the Việt Nam Securities Depository Centre to stop accepting securities ownership transfer applications of the corporation from November 16 to list its [ … ]

   

Shares lose ground on sinking oil

Shares lacked positive momentum at the end of Tuesday’s session due to a sudden increase in selling pressure, pushing large cap stocks down, especially banking and oil stocks.

   

Buying demand help shares rebound

The benchmark VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) rose 0.07 per cent to close at 925.53 points on Monday after falling in the morning.

   

Securities companies maintains buy status in October despite market decline

Securities companies remained net buyers in October despite a strong market decline.

   

Funds post losses amid market downturn

Net asset value of many exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in Việt Nam declined substantially as of early November, due in part to a stock market downturn in this year.

   

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