Daily/Weekly Report

Daily Note 16/09/2021

16/09/2021
Vietnam stock market rallied after the Ministry of Finance proposed an additional tax reduction package worth VND20,000 billion to support businesses and people facing difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Daily Note 15/09/2021

15/09/2021
Stocks posted gains, underpinned by the news HSBC expects domestic economy will soon recover from the pandemic with 2022 GDP growing 6.8%.

Daily Note 14/09/2021

14/09/2021
Stocks closed down as the Ministry of Planning and Investment predicted 2021 GDP may grow by a mere of 3.5-4%, lower than the previous target even if the pandemic is contained from September

Daily Note 13/09/2021

13/09/2021
The VNIndex dropped after HSBC said that the leather, footwear and textile industries pose a big challenge for Vietnam economy as the important production hub Southeastern region but has been hit hard by the COVID-19

Daily Note 10/09/2021

10/09/2021
Stocks climbed on news Binh Duong province, a pandemic epicenter, started to resume economic activities after a prolonged period of social distancing

Daily Note 09/09/2021

09/09/2021
Stocks rallied on hopes the regulations on limiting production and business activities in many localities would gradually be eased

Daily Note 08/09/2021

08/09/2021
Stocks fell in line with the global stocks amid concerns of the upcoming ECB meeting and the impacts of the Delta variant on the economy

Daily Note 07/09/2021

07/09/2021
Stock market fell after the Ministry of Planning and Investment assessed the sharp decline in global FDI inflows partly made 8M21 newly registered capital and capital contribution in Vietnam lower by 37% YoY and 43% YoY respectively

Daily Note 06/09/2021

06/09/2021
Vietnamese stocks closed up, similar to the performance of Asian stocks as the disappointing US job data in August raised the optimism that the Fed might delay changes in its bond-buying program

Daily Note 01/09/2021

01/09/2021
Stocks were firmer after the Economist commented that Vietnam would continue to improve its position in the global supply and production chain despite the spread of Delta variant