Morning call - Risks increase, foreign investors sold strongly


 In regular trading on Thursday, the Dow fell 0.35%, the S&P 500 lost 0.29% and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 0.3%. Nine out of the 11 S&P sectors finished lower, led to the downside by real estate, utilities and consumer staples. Those moves came as February’s producer price index rose more than anticipated, spurring a rally in the dollar and Treasury yields.


VNINDEX closed at 1,264.26 (-6.25 points, -0.49%) with high liquidity. The market has 193 green tickers and 292 red tickers. Stock groups contributing to the market's increase include GAS, VIC, GVR. On the contrary, the groups of stocks contributing to the market's decline were VCB, BID, and CTG. The market is divided between industry groups, in which the oil and gas group increased the most and the retail group decreased the most. Foreign countries sold strongly, with a total value of VND 911 billion.


  • World stocks: Adjusted downward after PPI increased stronger than expected
  • Vietnam stocks: Risks increase, foreign investors sell strongly
  • Macro news
  • Business news: #FPT, #TIS, #DXS, #PVS, #NLG, #VIX
  • Technical perspective and updated recommendations
  • Event calendar
  • Q&A
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