Global stocks mostly traded up in the past week. US wage growth unexpectedly slowed in December, adding that ISM data showed non-manufacturing business activity fell, while factory orders fell more than expected. This could be the basis for the Federal Reserve to be less aggressive in tightening the currency.
Vietnam stocks rebounded after 4 consecutive weeks of downward correction, joining the green with the global market. Oil and gas, banks sectors returned to the leading role of the market, besides public investment and construction materials continued to show prosperity.
- Capital Flow & Trading activity
- The top market liquidity
- Other Macro data
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