Global stocks had a recovering week amid expectations that the FED would be less hawkish in regulating its monetary policy. However, the indexes after a strong recovery at the beginning of the week fell back later, as the pessimism about the economy continued to weigh on investor sentiment. Economic data last week showed that the US labor market is slack.
Vietnam's stock market had the strongest weekly decline in the world. Foreign investors were net sellers for 7 consecutive weeks with more than 5,000 billion, while domestic individual investors had a net buying week. Most of the industry groups dropped and hit the floor.
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