Exchanges mixed as liquidity rises Business

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.
Financial violations imperil rubber firm’s IPO Business

Financial violations imperil rubber firm’s IPO

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc asked the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) to handle suspected financial violations by the Vietnam Rubber Group (VRG) prior to the company’s intended initial public offering.
VN-Index extends gain on large caps Business

VN-Index extends gain on large caps

Shares continued to rise on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange on October 12, fueled by the growth of several major large caps, while the Hanoi Stock Exchange closed in the negative zone under high selling pressure.
Vietnam faces strange steel shortage Business

Vietnam faces strange steel shortage

Though Vietnam possesses huge amounts of iron ore, there is a serious shortage of steel for the mechanical engineering industry and defense industry, said Truong Thanh Hoai, Director of the Heavy Industry Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Steel makers help markets rebound Business

Steel makers help markets rebound

Vietnamese shares recovered on July 18 from a two-day decline as steel producers advanced on Government’s support and higher second-quarter performances.
VN stocks mixed, energy rising Business

VN stocks mixed, energy rising

Vietnamese shares on May 13 again closed mixed on the two local exchanges, erasing gains made earlier during the day while a recent sharp increase in oil prices boosted energy stocks.