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.
Stocks unaffected by increase in oil prices

Stocks unaffected by increase in oil prices

The world oil price has been increasing continuously, but not all Vietnamese oil and gas enterprises have benefited from this price increase. This is the reason why oil and gas stocks have seen low response despite a positive global scenario. 
Stock market still attractive to investors

Stock market still attractive to investors

Currently, VN-Index has declined by about 12 percent from the peak of 1,420 points on July 2. However, experts assessed the fluctuations of the stock market in July this year to be short-term. The stock market still has many development opportunities in the long term, continuing to affirm its role as an important capital mobilization channel.
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Stock market continues to draw new investors

Cash flow from individuals and businesses deposited in banks at low interest rates has been increasing gradually, while capital mobilization in the securities sector has also been quite active.