Từ khóa: #wave

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Bitcoin vẫn lạc quan về vĩ mô bất chấp pullback

(ĐTTCO) - Chiến lược gia từng dự đoán chính xác lần sụp đổ của Bitcoin vào năm 2021 cho biết vua tiền điện tử vẫn tăng giá mặc dù đã điều chỉnh hơn 15% trong khoảng một tuần. Vào thời điểm viết bài lúc 6:10 ngày 22-8, Bitcoin giao dịch ở mức 21.674 USD, tăng 2,54% trong vòng 24 giờ qua.
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Boost economy with larger stimulus package

(SGI) - The economic damage caused by the fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic has been huge, so an economic stimulus package that is large in scale is needed to have an effective impact on the current economic situation. 
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Pandemic making consumers adapt better

(SGI) - The current fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic is hurting businesses severely and seriously. On the other hand, it is also making businesses more alert and aware of the need to find long-term solutions to survive and continue to flourish even as the pandemic rages on. 
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Real estate companies in dire straits under pandemic

(SGI) - Real estate companies in Vietnam are currently facing grave difficulties, with most localities implementing strict social distancing measures due to the outbreak of the fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. 
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Manufacturing curtailed under fourth pandemic wave

(Saigon Investment) - The fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic has once again brought Ho Chi Minh City to a near standstill with social distancing measures back in place, and many businesses having to curtail their manufacturing activities due to further spread of infection among their workers. 
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Limited mass vaccination has slowed economic recovery

(Saigon Investment) - Economic recovery in Asian countries, which includes Vietnam, is moving far too slow under the current pandemic situation, and much of this is being attributed to limited mass vaccination of the population.
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Small investors continue inundating markets

(Saigon Investment) - The sudden surge in individual investors that had inundated the stock markets throughout last year has not waned in the first two months of 2021, with the VN-Index exhausting at a historical peak of 1,200 points. An unstoppable wave looks to continue in coming months.
Export is currently the bright point of the economy. Photo: VIET CHUNG

Controlling inflation key to economic recovery

(Saigon Investment) - During the first quarter of 2021, the economy made a clear recovery, though not as expected. This calls for a need to speed up in coming time and keep inflation below 4% as per the target set by the National Assembly. Saigon Investment had a talk with Dr. TRAN DU LICH, an economist, and learnt insights from many of his views.
Wave of massive net selling by foreign investors

Wave of massive net selling by foreign investors

(Saigon Investment) - The month of March saw several foreign investors net sell shares on HOSE to the tune of VND 12,000 bn. This is the sixth consecutive month of net selling by foreign investors, since the massive net selling wave kicked off in February 2020. Analysts are stumped and have been unable to explain the reason for this wave of net selling.
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Comprehensive solutions needed to upgrade stock market

(Saigon Investment) - The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) has just raised the minimum lot from 100 shares to 1,000 shares to reduce the number of trading orders by 20% to 25%, and lower the load for trading and resolving the current congestion of transactions.
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Policy on foreign property ownership in Vietnam

(ĐTTCO) - There is some concern over a policy that allows foreigners to own a private property in Vietnam, with some people worried that this may lead to a massive wave of foreigners coming to buy more houses and apartments. However, reality shows that this must not be a worry as several regulations restrict foreigners and limit them to buy houses in the country.
A beach in Nha Trang city.

Tourism industry needs to innovate in Covid-19 scenario

(ĐTTCO) - The Covid-19 pandemic has created unprecedented circumstances and constant unpredictability under which all businesses must now attempt to function. The tourism industry has been hit severely and is reeling under cancellations and a huge lack of travel customers.
Priotise saving the tourism industry

Priotise saving the tourism industry

(ĐTTCO) - When the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic was brought under control, the tourism industry was seen as the pioneer in restoring the economy. 
Pandemic creates unpredictability for bad debts

Pandemic creates unpredictability for bad debts

(ĐTTCO) - The financial statements of some commercial banks for the second quarter showed that bad debt ratio was still within a safe threshold as recommended by the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV).
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Unpredictability and surprises in stock markets

(ĐTTCO) - The robust days of the global stock market seemed a thing of the past in the month of June. The main world indices such as S&P500, DJA, FTSE peaked on 8 June, and on 10 June, VN Index too reached its highest peak of 900 points. Although markets simultaneously corrected in recent sessions, there is still a fear of a second wave of the virus occurring and affecting in unpredictable ways.
Close view of a Panasonic Vietnam production line. Photo: VIET CHUNG

More FDI investment comes with opportunities and risks

(ĐTTCO) - Speaking with Saigon Investment, Asso. Prof. Dr. Tran Dinh Thien, a member of the Government's Economic Advisory Group, expressed that Vietnam has a great opportunity to welcome a wave of investments from FDI enterprises that are considering relocating from China.
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New wave of business acquisitions not a concern

(ĐTTCO) - The sudden and widespread outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic has caused many business stocks to plummet. This has been a serious cause of concern because it has led to a new wave of cheap buying and acquisition of businesses. This issue was discussed in detail with Mr. Dinh The Hien, (PhD) in a talk with Saigon Investment.