Market Brief 14/07/2021

July 15, 2021

VIETNAM STOCK MARKET

VN-INDEX

1,297.54

1D

0.10%

YTD

18.01%

VN30

1,440.87

1D

-0.15%

YTD

36.14%

HNX

296.70

1D

1.27%

YTD

50.53%

UPCOM

85.36

1D

1.75%

YTD

15.62%

Net Foreign buy (B)

-219.75

1D

YTD

Total trading value (B)

19,460.46

1D

-48.62%

YTD

13.45%

- As of June 30, 2021, the total assets of three ETFs VinaCapital VN100, VEOF and VIBF are over VND 855 billion, with nearly 6,000 investors. Summarizing the first 6 months of 2021, the profit of the VinaCapital VN100 ETF reached 38.5%, the VEOF fund reached 39.1% and the VIBF fund reached 26.6%.

CHANGE IN PRICE BY SECTOR



INTRADAY VNINDEX



VNINDEX (12M)



GLOBAL MARKET

DJI

34,888.79

1D

-0.31%

YTD

14.73%

S&P500

4,369.21

1D

-0.35%

YTD

17.07%

NASDAQ

14,677.70

1D

-0.38%

YTD

14.05%

VIX

17.12

1D

5.88%

YTD

FTSE 100

7,124.72

1D

-0.01%

YTD

8.68%

DAX

15,789.64

1D

-0.01%

YTD

15.10%

CAC40

6,558.47

1D

-0.01%

YTD

17.13%

Crude oil ($/barrel)

75.11

1D

1.09%

YTD

55.51%

Gold ($/ounce)

1,810.45

1D

0.06%

YTD

-4.90%

- The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped from its peak on Tuesday, as a hotter-than-expected inflation report overshadowed a strong start to the second-quarter earnings season. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 107.39 points, or 0.31%, to 34,888.79, after closing just below the 35,000 mark in the previous session. The S&P 500 fell 0.35% to 4,369.21 after hitting a new record high earlier in the session. The Nasdaq Composite Index fell slightly from an intraday record high, losing 0.38% to 14,677.65 points.

VIETNAM ECONOMY

Vnibor

0.92%

1D (bps)

-3

YTD (bps)

79

Deposit interest 12M

5.60%

1D (bps)

0

YTD (bps)

-20

5 year-Gov. Bond

1.19%

1D (bps)

2

YTD (bps)

-3

10 year-Gov. Bond

2.16%

1D (bps)

3

YTD (bps)

13

USD/VND

23,110

1D (bps)

-0.04%

YTD (bps)

-0.29%

EUR/VND

27,911

1D (bps)

-0.73%

YTD (bps)

-4.10%

CNY/VND

3,627

1D (bps)

0.06%

YTD (bps)

1.51%

- The Vietnam Pepper Association (VPA) said that in the first six months of 2021, pepper exports were estimated at 155,000 tons, equivalent to US$500 million, down 7% in volume but up 41% in value over the same period last year. The reason, in addition to the reduced output, is also due to the high logistics costs in the context of the Covid-19 epidemic causing many difficulties.

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