Forbes Vietnam announces top 50 listed firms Business

Forbes Vietnam announces top 50 listed firms

Forbes Vietnam on June 3 announced Vietnam’s 50 top listed companies for 2019. The firms accounted for 63 percent of total market capitalisation on the Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi stock exchanges in mid-May.
Banking recovery lifts VN-Index Business

Banking recovery lifts VN-Index

Bank stocks strengthened during August 18’s afternoon trade which rescued the VN-Index from another fall as investor sentiment remained fragile.
Stocks to move up, but lack of info could bite Business

Stocks to move up, but lack of info could bite

While stocks are set to rise this week, concerns remain as listed companies are about to finish releasing their second-quarter earnings reports, putting the market in a period where there is not much information forthcoming, analysts say.
VN-Index rises to six-week high Business

VN-Index rises to six-week high

Shares rose for the third consecutive day on the HCM Stock Exchange on August 30 as investors continued to focus on large-cap stocks in expectation of further market growth.
Market slows down on late selling Business

Market slows down on late selling

Shares retreated from a five-month high seen in the morning of August 29 as investors increased selling due to caution ahead of portfolio restructuring of large exchange-traded funds.
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Banks up on higher foreign stakes

Prices of bank shares rose on January 7 after the release of Decree 01/2014/ND-CP on lifting foreign ownership in Vietnamese credit institutions.

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Shares continue downward slide

Shares continued to slide on both stock exchanges on Dec. 13 with the VN-Index closing off 0.95 percent to 371.75 points while the HNX-Index lost 1.21 percent to 60.62 points.
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Investors flee stagnant market

July 25's session on the HCM Stock Exchange concluded with the VN-Index essentially unchanged from last weekend's close at 409.36 points.
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Habubank to issue 45.71 mln USD bond

Habubank shareholders have approved a plan to issue 960 billion VND (45.71 million USD) in convertible bonds next year to raise the bank's charter capital to 5 trillion VND (238.1 million USD).
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VietinBank to manage capital from Gov't bonds

Vietnam Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade (VietinBank) will be managing the capital raised from the Government's bond issue in February, according to a deal signed by the bank and the Ministry of Finance this week.