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There is both positive and negative news for the equity market in May, although none of it is predicted to be significant.
The equity market, by both performance and liquidity, was heavily impacted by the macroeconomic factors in 2011’s first quarter.
“We recommend investors focus on bluechips whose prices were not heated in January”
Vietnam was probably one of the worst regional net asset value performers in 2010 when the main VN-Index dropped by 2.2 per cent and the HNX-Index lost over 30 per cent.
In November, the State Bank announced a series of policy adjustments to regulate inflation, plus monetary and gold markets.
To date, most regional indices have strongly recovered and returned to the heights of 2007-2008 before the global financial crisis struck.
The market in September is expected to be driven by ‘old’ rather than ‘new’ cash flows, writes Nguyen Viet Hung, director of SME Securities’ research & investment.
By the end of July, despite about 50 per cent of listed companies having released quarterly financial reports, the stock market remained quiet with light downward adjustments.
Under stable macroeconomic conditions, the local stock market in August continues to be under demand-supply balance pressures, writes Nguyen Viet Hung, Director of Research & Investment, SME Securities.
Hence, what happens in June depends upon how the debt crisis is controlled, although the prospects are getting brighter