Morning call - Uptrend challenged, liquidity declines


In regular trading on Tuesday, the Dow fell 0.25%, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite gained 0.29% and 0.43%, respectively. Consumer staples, communication services and technology stocks outperformed the market, while real estate, consumer discretionary and industrial stocks were the biggest laggards. Those moves came as disappointing earnings reports from several blue-chip companies weighed on the Dow, while the S&P 500 notched a new record high.


VNINDEX closed at 1,177.5 (-5.36 points, -0.45%) with liquidity slightly reduced compared to the previous session. The market has 164 green tickers and 313 red tickers. The group of stocks that contributed the most to the market's increase were TCB, BCM and PNJ. On the contrary, the groups of stocks contributing to the market's decline were VHM, VCB and CTG. Foreign countries continued to buy net with VND 234 billion. Most industries had a slight decline during the trading session.


  • World stocks: U.S. stocks trade mixed after earnings reports
  • Vietnam stocks: Uptrend challenged, liquidity declines
  • Business news: #VCG, #PDR, #TCM, #EIB, #LPB, #VHC
  • Technical perspective and updated recommendations
  • Event calendar
  • Q&A
Tien Le

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