New money into stock market slows down, growth may miss targets Business

New money into stock market slows down, growth may miss targets

In its recent report, Dragon Capital said that the market uptrend is still led by new individual investors. However, while margin loans were still at a record high and securities companies continued to raise capital, new money deposited into accounts started to show signs of declining.
Banks boost fundraising through bonds Business

Banks boost fundraising through bonds

A number of banks have increased bond issuance to attract mid-term and long-term capital, leading to changes in capital mobilisation in the corporate bond market in the second quarter.
EVNGENCO 2 to sell over 581 million shares through IPO Business

EVNGENCO 2 to sell over 581 million shares through IPO

The Power Generation Corporation 2 (EVNGENCO 2), a subsidiary of the Vietnam Electricity Group, plans to sell over 580.12 million shares, or 48.8875 percent of its charter capital, to investors and over 1.33 million shares, or 0.1125 percent, to employees.
New stock trading system from RoK to be tested after Tet Business

New stock trading system from RoK to be tested after Tet

A trial run of a stock trading system from the Republic of Korea with securities companies will be conducted after the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday, Tran Van Dung, Chairman of the State Securities Commission of Vietnam (SSC), told a press conference on January 19.