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HoSE listing remains a gamble

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HoSE listing remains a gamble

The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) has recently accepted or looks set to accept the listing of three more large-cap companies, but questions remain following a volatile year for the market.

Vingroup listed in Asia’s Fab 50

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Vingroup listed in Asia’s Fab 50

Property developer Vingroup has been honoured by Forbes magazine in its list of Asia’s top 50 enterprises (Asia’s Fab 50 2018) for its rapid growth, vision and high performance for many years.

Forbes Vietnam honours top 50 listed firms

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Forbes Vietnam honours top 50 listed firms

Forbes Vietnam on July 26 organised a ceremony to honour Vietnam’s top 50 listed companies in 2018, which account for 70.8 percent of total market capitalisation on the HCM and Hanoi stock exchanges.

Shares slump on selling pressure

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Shares slump on selling pressure

Selling pressure embraced the whole stock market on May 21, pushing the VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) down to 1,014.98 points, a fall of 25.56 points as compared with the previous day.

VN-Index forecast to continue struggling

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VN-Index forecast to continue struggling

Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index is forecast to struggle due to uncertain market sentiment this week, with eyes on the two exchange-traded funds (ETFs) set to finish reviewing their portfolios on March 16.

Massive selloff hits VN stocks

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Massive selloff hits VN stocks

Vietnamese shares plummeted as investor confidence was dampened by worries over the increasing pace of the US central bank’s interest rate hike this year.

VN stocks up again on blue chips

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VN stocks up again on blue chips

Vietnamese shares advanced on strong investor interest in large-cap stocks but declining liquidity signaled further volatility during the last week of the year.

Exchanges mixed as liquidity rises

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Exchanges mixed as liquidity rises

Vietnamese shares ended on December 15 on different notes, with investors’ confidence mixed on the last day in which exchange-traded funds (ETFs) completed their portfolio reviews.