VN-Index loses 45 pts as investors dump banking, real estate, securities stocks

VN-Index loses 45 pts as investors dump banking, real estate, securities stocks

Several banking, real estate, securities, and steel stocks fell to the floor despite the positive news that the State Bank of Vietnam has officially expanded the credit room by 1.5-5 percent, increasing credit growth in the year to 15.5-16 percent compared to the target of 14 percent at the beginning of the year.
Shares slump after five days of gains

Shares slump after five days of gains

The Vietnamese stock market settled lower on Thursday, ending its five-day gaining streak due to the slump of heavy-weight stocks.
Shares extend gains on bank stocks

Shares extend gains on bank stocks

On the HCMC Stock Exchange, the VN-Index gained 2.8 percent, to close at 969.26 points. The index had risen 3.4 percent, to close Wednesday at 942.90 points.
VN-Index falls off 1,000-point mark again

VN-Index falls off 1,000-point mark again

Vietnam's stock market saw a large-scale sell-off in the last trading session of the week on November 4. The VN-Index dropped below the 1,000-point mark again due to panic among investors.
Market shakes strongly, VN-Index recovers thanks to blue-chip stocks

Market shakes strongly, VN-Index recovers thanks to blue-chip stocks

The VN-Index continued to free fall in the trading session on October 25, losing 24 more points to near 960 points, then rebounded by nearly 12 points at the end of the trading session after the “Black Monday" when the VN-Index lost the 1,000-point mark and the market capitalization evaporated more than VND134.2 trillion.
Real estate stocks hit floor price massively, VN-Index retreats to 996.4 points

Real estate stocks hit floor price massively, VN-Index retreats to 996.4 points

Vietnam’s stock market took place negatively in the morning trading session on October 24 due to strong selling pressure across the market. The VN-Index closed the morning trading session at only 996.45 points after dropping by nearly 24 points, with several real estate and securities stocks hitting the floor.