VN-Index slips on blue chips

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Báo Đầu Tư English 2 month(s) ago

The benchmark VN-Index ended Thursday morning’s trade in negative territory despite a positive opening as many large-cap stocks continued to slump.

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VN Index slips on profit-taking pressure

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Báo Đầu Tư English 2 month(s) ago 1 related news

The benchmark VN Index inched down 0.1 per cent to 766.4 points on Tuesday morning on rising profit-taking pressure, especially on large-cap stocks.

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Stocks advance on positive outcome of PM-Trump meeting

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Báo Đầu Tư English 2 month(s) ago

Shares rose in both local markets on Thursday morning, lifted by investor confidence following the meeting between the Prime Minister and the US president.

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Vietnam PM halts $10.6 billion steel plant on environmental concern

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 4 month(s) ago 1 related news

Vietnam's prime minister halted work at a $10.6 billion steel plant on concern over its environmental impact, in an effort to prevent another "Formosa incident", local media reported, citing a government statement.

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VN Index narrows gains, steel stocks stay positive

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Báo Đầu Tư English 5 month(s) ago 1 related news

The VN Index on the HCM Stock Exchange was up slightly on Friday morning, driven by steel producers and some large-cap stocks.

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VN-Index slips, awaits US Fed results

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Báo Đầu Tư English 5 month(s) ago

Shares dropped slightly yesterday on the HCM Stock Exchange as investors remained cautious ahead of the results of the US Federal Reserve (Fed) meeting.

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Local markets gain marginally, await US Fed announcement

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Báo Đầu Tư English 5 month(s) ago

Shares went up marginally on Wednesday morning on rising caution ahead of the results of the US Federal Reserve meeting.

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Vietnamese giants racing to erect steel complexes

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Báo Đầu Tư English 6 month(s) ago 1 related news

Hoa Sen Group (HSG) and Hoa Phat Group (HPG), the two steel giants of Vietnam, are racing to build new steel plants and complexes, despite concerns about environmental pollution and a possible steel surplus in Vietnam.

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Vietnamese giants race for huge steel complexes

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Báo Đầu Tư English 6 month(s) ago 1 related news

Hoa Sen Group (HSG) and Hoa Phat Group (HPG), the two steel giants of Vietnam, are racing to build big new steel plants, and big steel complexes, despite concerns about environmental pollution and a possible steel surplus in Vietnam.

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The stars of 2016’s Year of Startups

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Báo Đầu Tư English 7 month(s) ago

As Vietnam ignites the entrepreneurial spirit in its young generation, the country is ushering in a new era of ground-breaking innovations and youthful zeal for business success. Minh Trang and Nam Phuong report.

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Hoa Sen Group plans large-scale restructuring

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Báo Đầu Tư English 7 month(s) ago

At its recent shareholders’ meeting, giant steel maker Hoa Sen Group (HoSE: HSG) received approval to restructure the company in the parent and subsidiaries model.

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Stocks mixed, market quiet pre-NYE

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Báo Đầu Tư English 8 month(s) ago

Shares were mixed on the two local exchanges yesterday while investor confidence remained low ahead of the year-end holiday.

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Vinamilk pulls down VN Index

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Báo Đầu Tư English 8 month(s) ago

Shares declined yesterday on the two exchanges after foreign sells on heavyweight stocks reignited investors’ fears about a possible downturn.

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Vietnamese steelmaker Hoa Sen ready to plunge US$700mln into deep-water port

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Báo Đầu Tư English 8 month(s) ago

The deep-water port is a part of a US$15-billion steel complex planned for the central province of Ninh Thuan.

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City shares up a 2nd consecutive day

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Báo Đầu Tư English 9 month(s) ago

Shares rose for a second day on the HCM Stock Exchange yesterday, propped up by recovery of large-cap shares, while continuous foreign sells keep threatening market stability.

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