Interest rates continue to decrease further to push money out into the economy

Interest rates continue to decrease further to push money out into the economy

VCN - Interest rates on both the interbank and transaction markets among banks, people and businesses continued to decrease.
Stock market steps into the recovery phase

Stock market steps into the recovery phase

After a period of strong volatility, the stock market has officially entered the recovery phase along with positive information from domestic and foreign macroeconomics
Cash flow still supports the stock market

Cash flow still supports the stock market

VCN - This explains why the Vietnamese stock market did not sharply decline compared to the others around the world.
Banks issuing bonds voice concerns about cash flow

Banks issuing bonds voice concerns about cash flow

VCN - This is not just State-owned banks, the private banking sector also actively promotes bond issuance.
Forecasting two scenarios for the stock market in November

Forecasting two scenarios for the stock market in November

Forecasting the prospects of the stock market, Yuanta Securities Vietnam Joint Stock Company (YSVN) said that the market still has room for growth due to being undervalued
Should negative business cash flow be a concern?

Should negative business cash flow be a concern?

VCN - Late payments from partners leading to increased receivables or large inventories are factors that make it difficult for enterprises’ turnover, even leading to negative cash flows. This situation will continue to erode profits and threaten the abili
Eight groups of problems enterprises are facing

Eight groups of problems enterprises are facing

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh chaired an online conference on solutions to remove difficulties and promote production and business activities of enterprises
Stock market has reason to recover

Stock market has reason to recover

The faith that the pandemic will soon be under control and the recovery of the economy is the reason for the stock market to recover better.
If the credit limit is extended, will cash flow into production and business?

If the credit limit is extended, will cash flow into production and business?

VCN-As of the end of May, credit growth reached 4.67%. According to the financial statements of the first quarter of the banks, credit growth is diverging quite strongly.
Financial support for import and export activities

Financial support for import and export activities

As difficulties keep piling up, import-export businesses need to solve the problem of capital and balance financial costs.
The "two sides" of cash flow when flowing to risky areas

The "two sides" of cash flow when flowing to risky areas

CN- The movement of interest rates from now to the end of the year depends on many factors, especially the context of economic recovery and inflation both in the country and around the world.
Which real estate segment drives the cash flow?

Which real estate segment drives the cash flow?

VCN - Vietnam's real estate market this year is slowing down to the lowest level in many years, both in terms of supply and transactions.
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Vietnam's largest enterprises stand firm during the pandemic

VCN- According to the VNR500 ranking this year, the Top 6 remained the same as the 2019 list with familiar names such as Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., Vietnam Electricity (EVN), Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PVN), Military Industry and Telecoms Group (Viett
What are notes for stock investment in September?

What are notes for stock investment in September?

VCN - From good signals, such as the impressive gain of the VN-Index, the cash flow continued to pour into the market as well as the number of investors opening accounts is still increasing, showing that the stock market is still an attractive investment
Concerns that money flows into the risky fields to push credit growth?

Concerns that money flows into the risky fields to push credit growth?

VCN- According to financial and bank expert Dr Nguyen Tri Hieu, businesses are also facing a shortage in capital resources due to the "freezing" market before the social distancing orders ended.
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