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Listed companies struggle to stay afloat

Listed companies are pinning their hopes on a speedy recovery in the fourth quarter of the year, having had a hard time staying afloat under the severe negative impact of the fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Listed companies struggle to stay afloat

Listed companies are pinning their hopes on a speedy recovery in the fourth quarter of the year, having had a hard time staying afloat under the severe negative impact of the fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Investors witness bullish wave on speculative stocks

Investors witness bullish wave on speculative stocks

The stock market in Vietnam is currently undergoing a rather strange phase. The VN Index has struggled to recover since reaching historic peak in early July 2021, but so far has been unsuccessful. 
Shares end week higher on large-caps

Shares end week higher on large-caps

The market finished higher in the last trading session of the week as large-cap stocks gained points, while foreign investors net sold large values on both exchanges. 
Shares rebound on strong bottom purchases

Shares rebound on strong bottom purchases

Vietnamese shares rebounded on Wednesday, bolstered by the growth of blue-chip stocks as investors sought stocks that had been hit hard in the previous sessions.

Price-to-Earnings ratio falls in Second Quarter

Price-to-Earnings ratio falls in Second Quarter

Business results of the second quarter of 2021 saw the Price-to-Earnings ratio (P/E ratio) of the Vietnamese stock market drop immediately, a sure sign that the Vietnamese stock market is becoming weaker. However, despite liquidity becoming very low, the market also corrected down quickly.
VN-Index soars by 14 points as nearly VND33 trillion poured into market

VN-Index soars by 14 points as nearly VND33 trillion poured into market

Vietnam's stock market was extremely positive, with more than VND33 trillion pumped into the market in the first trading session of the week on August 16, although foreign investors still net sold for the fifth consecutive session with about VND960 billion.