Business

Firms move listings from UPCoM

SME Securities Co will list 15 million shares on the Hanoi Stock Exchange on April 7, becoming the second company to move its listing from the unlisted public securities market (UPCoM) after Trang An Securities Co, which listed shares on the exchange earlier this year.
Business

Late buys fail to save markets

An accelerated sell-off of shares caused the HCM Stock Exchange to undergo a correction on March 30, with the VN-Index closing off by nearly 1 percent to 500.72 points.
Business

Hanoi Exchange grows to 2 bln USD in market capitalisation

From its humble beginnings five years ago as the Hanoi Securities Trading Centre, the Hanoi Stock Exchange has increased from just six listed shares to a total of 266, representing current market capitalisation of 37.5 trillion VND (2 billion USD).
Business

Shares snap five-day streak

The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange on March 10 underwent a corrective session, snapping five consecutive days of gains in the VN-Index, which closed down 0.3 percent to 525.67.
Business

Markets send mixed signals at unchanged rate

The VN-Index closed nearly unchanged Feb. 25 at 494.99 points, as investors in HCM Stock Exchange reacted with mixed feeling to the news on the prime rate unchanged at 8 percent for March.
Business

City sags, Hanoi rebounds

The HCM Stock Exchange on February 24 saw increased trading, but the VN-Index nevertheless slid by another 0.34 percent to a close of 494.59 points, with over 60 percent of codes losing value over the course of the session. Meanwhile, shares rebounded on the Hanoi market.
Business

Share jump on prime rate decision

The VN-Index gained 3.53 percent to close at 497.90 on Jan 26, as the value of trades on the HCM City Stock Exchange edged back up to 1.42 trillion VND (76.7 million USD), on a volume of 32.7 million shares.
Business

Profit-taking weighs on shares

Modest declines by blue chips on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange restrained the rising trend of the VN-Index on January 7, which closed off 0.21 percent to 533.34 points.
Business

Investors keep powder dry

The VN-Index dropped by another 3.65 percent on Dec.9 to close at 470.63 points, as 122 codes on the HCM Stock Exchange hit the floor of their regulated trading bands.
Business

State Bank policy moves depress shares

Restrengthened buys by domestic investors on November 27 helped slow the market nosedive on the day after five consecutive declining sessions on the HCM Stock Exchange drew the VN-Index down by 11.73 percent on the week to 490.62 points.
Bullish market pushes Index below 590 Business

Bullish market pushes Index below 590

Profit-taking made a comeback on Oct. 13 on the HCM Stock Exchange after the VN-Index has passed the psychological barrier of 590 on Oct. 12, pressing the Index on Oct. 13 back down to 589.89.
Business

Global confidence encourages investors

Positive movements on global markets helped lift the confidence of domestic investors on August 4 and helped the VN-Index to a close of 476.59, a gain of 1.85 percent.