The VN-Index added nearly 15 points to 828.33 points on the first trading day of the week, marking the fifth consecutive gaining session since the government called to restart the economy.
Vietnam adjusted up fuel prices a second consecutive time after using the price stabilization fund, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade and Finance Ministry.
Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh has ordered relevant agencies to strengthen inspection and strictly fine petroleum stations that refuse to sell fuel or increase prices.
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Vietnam increased retail gasoline prices Wednesday afternoon, after cutting prices for eight consecutive time since the international crude oil prices have plunged to their lowest in decades.
Stock rebound in Asian frontier markets, led by Pakistan and Vietnam, the second and third best performers globally in April when the Southeast Asian country reopened its economy, Asia Frontier Capital said.
Cash flow continued to pour heavily into Vietnam’s stock market in the trading session on May 8 as the government has been restarting the economy.
The retail prices of petrol in Vietnam plummeted from 3pm of April 28 making it the eighth consecutive reduction since the beginning of this year.
Top rice exporter Vietnam is struggling to replenish government reserves after consumers around the world rushed to secure supplies of the food staple because of the worsening coronavirus pandemic.
Vietnam’s stock market, which in March tumbled the most since 2001, is now reviving.
Vietnam reduced prices of gasoline by about VND600 ($0.025) per liter, a seventh consecutive time since early this year, Ministries of Industry and Trade and Finance announced the reduction of prices.
Vietnamese government has announced to cut retail fuel prices the second time this month and sixth time from the beginning of 2020 as international crude oil prices dropped sharply.
Rice traders are unhappy with the sudden government ban on exports that has million dollar worth of cargo idling at ports.
Vietnam’s rice traders have halted overseas shipments after the customs department ordered a temporary suspension of exports on Tuesday to ensure food security during the coronavirus pandemic.
Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has instructed ministries to temporarily halts new rice contracts and carry out the inspection, evaluation of supply and the current rice export situation.