Looking ahead to future M&A trends

Looking ahead to future M&A trends

The global economic situation shows that mergers and acquisitions have been slowing down, with the possibility of a recession next year. Le Duc Khanh, director of Investment Capacity Development at VPS, talked with VIR’s Thanh Duy about why he has a more optimistic view of the future, with major restructuring and new deals likely to be agreed.
Market extends losing streak on bank, realty stocks

Market extends losing streak on bank, realty stocks

Benchmark indices lost more than 2 per cent on Monday as banking and real estate industries faced strong selling pressure, with many pillar ticker symbols hitting floor prices.
Market likely to continue under sell-off pressure

Market likely to continue under sell-off pressure

The Vietnamese stock market experienced a choppy week, with the VN-Index falling to below 1,000 points before bouncing back to 1,027.36. Analysts believed that besides strong selling pressure and increased mortgage settlement during the downtrend, investors were also negatively affected by the movements in interest rates, exchange rates, and bond markets.
Shares tumble on two-year low liquidity, weak sentiment

Shares tumble on two-year low liquidity, weak sentiment

Vietnamese stocks fell on Thursday on record low liquidity as many investors were hesitant to jump on board although there is a decline in stock valuations.
Shares gain on the back of large-caps

Shares gain on the back of large-caps

Vietnamese stocks rebounded on Tuesday on the back of large-cap stocks, spurred by bottom-fishing demand.
Macro data in focus, market likely to extend rallies this week

Macro data in focus, market likely to extend rallies this week

The Vietnamese stock market experienced a bumpy week but was still headed for its first weekly gain after five losses. However, experts warn that investors should pay attention to macro data until the pressure on exchange rates and interest rates shows signs of cooling down.
Market ends the week on a positive note

Market ends the week on a positive note

The Vietnamese stock market closed the week higher, extending gains for the third straight session.
Stock market on upward trend for three consecutive sessions

Stock market on upward trend for three consecutive sessions

The VN-Index rose 11 points in the last session of the week, levelling up the index to 1,062 points (from 1,000 points) after three sessions only.
Market plunges on bearish sentiment

Market plunges on bearish sentiment

Stocks sank during Thursday's market meltdown amid strong selling forces.
VN-Index bounces back from two-year low

VN-Index bounces back from two-year low

The benchmark VN-Index on Wednesday regained the 1,100-point landmark after falling to a two-year low, but low liquidity may threaten the market recovery in the next sessions.
Large-cap stocks extend losses, VN-Index falls for 2nd day

Large-cap stocks extend losses, VN-Index falls for 2nd day

The market ended lower on Tuesday as some large-cap stocks lost further in the late session, causing the VN-Index to lose ground. Meanwhile, foreign investment kept fleeing the market.
Firms change capital-raising plans amid bearish sentiment

Firms change capital-raising plans amid bearish sentiment

Many firms have begun to change their capital-raising plans amid the recent decline in the stock market, according to experts.
Shares tumble, VN-Index falls below 1,100 points

Shares tumble, VN-Index falls below 1,100 points

Stocks stumbled on Monday with the VN-Index falling below the 1,100 point mark as investors’ optimism petered out amid strong selling forces.
Market likely to continue to correct this week

Market likely to continue to correct this week

Investors went through a turbulent week as the VN-Index reported the biggest weekly fall since May. Analysts said that in the current environment, financial markets are very likely to continue revaluing.
VN-Index hits 2-1/2-month low on risk-off sentiment

VN-Index hits 2-1/2-month low on risk-off sentiment

The stock market opened the new week on a negative note, with both benchmark indices dropping more than 2 per cent due to weak risk appetite.
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