Economy & Money

Agro-forestry-fishery exports set new record

The 11-month export rose 11.8 per cent year-on-year to US$49.04 billion while imports increased 7 per cent to some $41.22 billion, resulting in a surplus of $7.82 billion, up 48 per cent year-on-year, MARD said. 

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Pfizer gets PM Certificate of Merit

Pfizer Vietnam on Wednesday (November 30) received the Prime Minister’s Certificate of Merit for helping the country’s healthcare system combat COVID-19 last year.

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Vietnam needs to 'protect' citizens with market 'rectifications:' PM

Negativity in the corporate bond, capital and property markets should be ‘rectified’ by punishing rule breakers to instill investor confidence, says Vietnam Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh.
Vietnam needs to 'protect' citizens with market 'rectifications:' PM

   

Gold prices inch up

Vietnam’s SJC gold prices rose 0.74% to VND67.15 million ($2,739.14) per tael Thursday.
Gold prices inch up

 

Vietnam lowers retail gas prices more than 4%

Gasoline prices fell for the second time in a row Thursday after four consecutive hikes over the last two months.
Vietnam lowers retail gas prices more than 4%

   

When the chips go up: Big banks bet on S. Korea, Taiwan stocks for 2023

Global banks are turning bullish on South Korean and Taiwanese shares, expecting a revival in semiconductors to drive a rally next year, while they see Japan's market as resilient thanks in part to its weak currency.
When the chips go up: Big banks bet on S. Korea, Taiwan stocks for 2023

 

VN-Index loses 5-session gaining streak

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index dropped 1.16% to 1,036.28 points Thursday after rising for five sessions in a row.
VN-Index loses 5-session gaining streak

   

Agro exports hit new record high

Vietnamese agriculture, forestry and fishery exports climbed to a new record of over $49 billion in value through November this year, an 11.8% hike year-on-year.
Agro exports hit new record high

 

Apartment price surges in October, but demand slumps

Prices of new apartment rose in southern localities in October, but sales were few and far between, according to a real estate consultancy.
Apartment price surges in October, but demand slumps

   

Low-quality rice imports to be restricted

The Ministry of Industry and Trade is drafting a decree on rice trade to limit the import of low-quality grain.
Low-quality rice imports to be restricted

 

Cooking gas prices up 3%

Cooking gas prices rose on Thursday in Ho Chi Minh City and other southern localities, with a 12-liter cylinder now costing VND438,000 (US$17.78), 3.06% higher than before.
Cooking gas prices up 3%

   

Dollar nears 6-week low

The U.S. dollar plunged against the Vietnamese dong Thursday to a near six-week low at Vietcombank.
Dollar nears 6-week low

 

Shares slump after five days of gains

The Vietnamese stock market settled lower on Thursday, ending its five-day gaining streak due to the slump of heavy-weight stocks.

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