Why we should care about F0 investors

Why we should care about F0 investors

New individual investors have recently fuelled unusual rallies in global and local stock markets in the context of lower commission brokerage coupled with low interest rates. Le Quang Minh, head of Research at Mirae Asset Securities, explains how inexperienced traders could force new growth momentum in the financial landscape.
Global stocks' virus vaccine boost fades

Global stocks' virus vaccine boost fades

European and US stock markets were mixed Tuesday as a rally based on reinvigorated hopes for a coronavirus vaccine ran its course.
Stock market makes smart recovery in August

Stock market makes smart recovery in August

The resurgence in Covid-19 in late July had a negative impact on the stock markets then, but thanks to the Government’s control of the outbreak along with economic stimulus and increased public investment, the stock market recovered significantly in August.
Positive market signs emerge for Vietnam’s grand reopening

Positive market signs emerge for Vietnam’s grand reopening

Instead of adopting the age-old “sell in May and go away” strategy, and focusing on months with traditionally stronger market growth, investors now could be more bullish about a stock rally, buoyed by optimism about a gradual reopening of businesses.
Stock markets rise on easing lockdowns and China exports

Stock markets rise on easing lockdowns and China exports

NEW YORK: Stock markets rose on Thursday (May 7) as investors looked beyond grim economic news to focus on easing coronavirus lockdown measures, with surprisingly strong Chinese export data adding to the positive vibe.
Shares may move sideways on increased selloff and profit taking

Shares may move sideways on increased selloff and profit taking

Stock markets look set to move sideways this week with continuous foreign selloffs pressuring investor sentiment and recent broad rally may spur some profit taking.
European stocks lower on year-end profit-taking

European stocks lower on year-end profit-taking

European stock markets were lower on Monday (Dec 30), taking their lead from softer prices on Wall Street, as investors wound down and took profits at the end of year.
European, Asian markets mixed on Chinese data and US tariffs

European, Asian markets mixed on Chinese data and US tariffs

European and Asian stock markets were mixed on Monday (Dec 2) as investors cheered a surprise jump in Chinese factory activity, but were chilled by fresh US tariffs on Argentina and Brazil.
European stock markets retreat on revived trade concerns

European stock markets retreat on revived trade concerns

European stock markets slid lower on Wednesday (Nov 20) on revived concerns for a China-US trade deal after US lawmakers passed legislation to support Hong Kong civil rights, sparking anger in Beijing.
European stock markets start week mostly lower

European stock markets start week mostly lower

European stock markets mostly slid on Monday (Nov 11) as traders reacted to fading US-China trade deal hopes, renewed unrest in Hong Kong, a stronger pound and political impasse in Spain.
European stocks higher as German gloom fuels ECB hopes

European stocks higher as German gloom fuels ECB hopes

Europe's stock markets pushed higher on Monday (Oct 7) as investors bet that gloomy German economic data would help persuade the European Central Bank to continue its "accommodative" monetary policy, dealers said.
European shares slide on dismal data

European shares slide on dismal data

European stock markets fell on Monday (Sep 23) after a key survey pointed to weakness in the eurozone economy while some travel and tourism stocks benefitted from the collapse of British giant Thomas Cook.
European stocks tumble on tariff moves as Chinese yuan sinks

European stocks tumble on tariff moves as Chinese yuan sinks

European stock markets tumbled on Monday (Aug 5) after the Chinese yuan fell sharply in what analysts said was Beijing's riposte to US President Donald Trump vowing to impose fresh tariffs on Chinese goods in the latest trade war flare-up.
European markets slightly firmer after doubts over slowing Chinese economy

European markets slightly firmer after doubts over slowing Chinese economy

European stock markets were slightly firmer on Monday (Jul 15), mostly posting modest gains after initial doubts on news that China's economy grew at its weakest pace in nearly three decades as US President Donald Trump's trade war hit home.
Foreign-invested firms eyeing up stock listings

Foreign-invested firms eyeing up stock listings

Vietnam plans to launch new rules that make it easier for foreign-invested enterprises to list on domestic stock markets, amid necessity to draw in international capital.
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