David Wood

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Cổ phiếu hỗn hợp-thiếu triển vọng bền vững

Chỉ số VN kết thúc ở mức 383.35 điểm ngày hôm qua, tăng 0.4%, trong phiên giao dịch hỗn hợp. Giá thị trường tại sàn giao dịch cổ phiếu thành phố Hồ Chí Minh dao động ở mức từ 7.6% hôm thứ 3 đến 405.7 tỷ dollar (khoảng 19 triệu dollar) trong khi số lượng cổ phiếu chỉ đạt 27.4 triệu.

Trong số 10 cổ phiếu dẫn đầu bằng việc vốn hóa, 4 cổ phiếu tăng từ 0.8 đến 3.5%, bao gồm công ty cổ phần bảo hiểm Bảo Việt (BVH), hãng chế biến thực phẩm masan group, hãng đầu tư bất động sản Vincom và hãng phát triển khách sạn Vinpearland.

Số lượng giao dịch cao nhất khoảng 2.3 triệu cổ phiếu thuộc về Sacombank.

Theo ông Hoàng Anh Tuấn chuyên gia phân tích thuộc công ty chứng khoán BIDV: “Áp lực bán đã không còn cao như trước, nhưng nhu cầu cũng đã tăng. Đó là lí do vì sao tốc độ giao dịch vẫn thấp, đặc biệt là tại Hà Nội”.

Tại sàn giao dịch Hà Nội, chỉ số HNX-index khép lại ở mức 0.2% đến 61.15 điểm, trong khi số lượng người thua lỗ áp đảo người có lãi với tỷ lệ 157-72. Giá trị các phiên giao dịch chỉ hơi xê dịch đến mức 177.3 tỷ VND (8.3 triệu dollar) trên số lượng 19.2 triệu cổ phiếu.

Công ty xây dựng petrovietnam trở thành cổ phiếu năng động nhất trên toàn quốc, với 2.55 triệu giao dịch bán lại, nhưng giá trị lại giảm 4.5% xuống chỉ còn 8500VND 1 cổ phiếu.

Chiều ngày thứ 5, ngân hàng trung ương đã đặt ra mục tiêu tăng trưởng tín dụng cho năm sau là từ 15-17%, nhấn mạnh vào khu vực nông nghiệp.

Chuyên gia phân tích chứng khoán của Petrovietnam ông Đào Hồng Dương bình luận: “Chính sách thắt chặt tín dụng vẫn sẽ tồn tại và các doanh nghiệp vẫn tiếp tục gặp khó khăn trong việc vay vốn”

Trong khi đó, thủ tướng chính phủ Nguyễn Tấn Dũng ngày hôm qua đã cam kết sẽ hỗ trợ khu vực bất động sản và thị trường chứng khoán khôi phục lại và thu hẹp khoảng cách giữa giá vàng trong nước với thế giới.

Việt Nam cũng sẽ mở cửa chào…...

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