The cash flow poured into the market heavily, so many stocks rebounded robustly, helping the VN-Index surpass 1,040 points at the close. Foreign investors also net bought for a second consecutive session with more than VND243 billion on the HoSE.
Pillar stocks, such as STB, BID, and VRE, rallied in the last minutes of the trading session on February 13, cushioning the losing momentum of the VN-Index, helping the index to close above 1,040 points.
The selling pressure caused the electric board to be flooded in red color with more than 600 stocks dropping. However, this is an opportunity to catch the bottom of cheap stocks for cash-holding investors.
After the sharp decline the previous day, Vietnam’s stock market continued to retreat in the trading session on December 7. Although the VN-Index only lost by nearly 8 points, many stocks fell to the floor, especially real estate stocks. VIC shares alone hit the ceiling price of VND71,200 per share, contributing to curtailing the losing momentum by nearly 5 points.
Despite the selling pressure in many sectors, the VN-Index still gained slightly in the trading session on the last day of October, thanks to the effort of the pillar stocks. In contrast, steel stocks continued to be engulfed in the red color due to heavy losses in the third quarter.
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.
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.
After the market recovered for three consecutive trading sessions at the end of last week and stopped falling free during the week, many investors have felt less worried. Current market movements have partly brought hope to investors.
With several negative information in the market, the VN-Index continued to decrease by nearly 39 points in the last session of the week on October 7. Market capitalization on the HoSE lost another VND153.5 trillion in the trading session to VND4.12 quadrillion. The VN-Index was in the top five Asian stock indexes with the sharpest drop on October 7.
Stockholders dumped shares heavily, whereas investors holding money did not participate in the market, causing the VN-Index to retreat to near 1,200 points. With a drop of roughly 29 points in the trading session on September 19, all previous gains of the VN-Index in August were erased.