HANOI, March 26 (Reuters) - Vietnam's benchmark VN Index eased 0.6 percent by midday on Thursday, dragged down by blue chips , many of them energy stocks, but gains in banking stocks helped trim the losses. Shares in PetroVietNam Gas, Vietnam
MUMBAI, March 25 (Reuters) - India's BSE index fell to its lowest closing level in nearly two and a half months on Wednesday as caution ahead of the expiry of monthly derivatives and the end of the fiscal year hit blue - chips such as Larsen & Toubro.
MUMBAI, March 20 (Reuters) - Indian shares fell on Friday for a third consecutive session to a near 1-1/2 month closing low as blue - chips such as ICICI Bank declined on worries that stocks have gone ahead of underlying anaemic earnings growth.
MUMBAI, March 18 (Reuters) - Indian shares fell on Wednesday, dragged down by blue chips as caution prevailed ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's policy statement due later in the day that is expected to give direction on interest rates there.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese blue-chip firms announced wage hikes that topped increases last year, but overall pay raises across corporate Japan are not expected to offset higher costs of living or be enough to drive a sustainable economic recovery.
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Reuters) - Vietnam's benchmark VN Index dropped 0.9 percent to close at its lowest since Feb. 10, with most blue - chips losing ground, led by the banking sector. Shares of Hanoi-based Vietcombank, the country's biggest lender by
HANOI, March 13 (Reuters) - Vietnam's benchmark VN Index dropped 0.3 percent by midday on Friday as several blue chips including PetroVietnam Gas and other energy firms lost ground, even though bargain-hunting provided soft support
HANOI, March 11 (Reuters) - Vietnam's benchmark VN Index closed down 0.53 percent as most blue - chips lost ground, led by PetroVietnam Gas and other energy companies after parliament approved a plan to triple the environment tax
SHANGHAI, March 11 (Reuters) - China's stock market edged up on Wednesday morning, led by financial shares on signs that fresh money is flowing into blue chips after their recent correction.