On the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE), the VN-Index lost 0.47 per cent, to 1,162.78 points. Photo tinnhanhchungkhoan.vn
For 2021, the firm expected Vn-Index to fluctuate in range of 1,070-1,250.
The chronic congestion on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HoSE) has caused losses for retail investors, making them insecure.
Vietnamese shares trimmed early gains on Monday with the VN-Index closing lower as banking stocks came under selling pressure towards the final minutes of trading.
Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HOSE)’s proposal to raise the minimum trading lot to 1,000 shares is receiving mixed opinions from market experts and investors.
With the market experiencing strong volatility last week, analysts from securities firms are having difficulties forecasting movements this week.
Shares rose on Monday morning thanks to the gains of stocks in the energy sectors.
No short-term solution for the congestion on Vietnam’s main stock exchange can satisfy all investors, and quick decisions are needed, an expert has opined.
Stock brokerage VNDirect is the first company in Vietnam to consider moving its ticker from the main bourse in HCMC to Hanoi amid system overloads.
The stock market in 2020 saw a rise of F0 investors, who created waves from the very first quarter by reaching new peaks. The F0 investors were also the main driving force behind the market while the foreigners sold out. However, the stock market in 2021 will need to diversify, and perhaps it will not be as easy for F0 investors.