More than 700 businesses trade on UPCoM Business

More than 700 businesses trade on UPCoM

The Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) said that its Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM) welcomed 11 newly registered stock codes, increasing the total number of businesses trading on the bourse to 701 as of January 5.
ACV to sell 20 percent stake in 2018 Business

ACV to sell 20 percent stake in 2018

The Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV) plans to sell 20 percent stake, equivalent to 4.35 trillion VND (194.77 million USD), to foreign and domestic investors through open auction in 2018.
Stocks traded on Hanoi Stock Exchange hit 1,000 Business

Stocks traded on Hanoi Stock Exchange hit 1,000

Shares of the Hanoi Consultant and Construction Investment Joint Stock Company, coded CCH, were officially traded on the UPCoM market at the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) on August 30, becoming the 1,000th firm trading on the northern bourse.
Techcombank prepares for UpCom listing Business

Techcombank prepares for UpCom listing

Around 887.8 million shares of Techcombank were deposited at the Vietnam Securities Depository (VSD) on December 13, the first step to trading shares on the Unlisted Public Company (UpCom) market.
UPCoM on track for development Business

UPCoM on track for development

The Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM) has been in operation for seven years with over 300 enterprises participating and market capitalisation reaching nearly 70 trillion VND (3.2 billion USD).
Registration simplified for unlisted firms Business

Registration simplified for unlisted firms

The Finance Ministry's new circular, providing guidance on trading rules for unlisted securities, is expected to improve the transparency of public companies and better protect investors' interests.
Business

Vietnam to monitor stock market closer

Vietnam will increase the management of its securities market, including intermediary institutions, foreign representative offices and over the counter (OTC) transactions this year.
Business

Shares stall as volumes decline

Significant buys early in the day softened July 8’s overall market decline, as the VN-Index closed down a negligible 0.19 percent to 446.79.