Vietnam’s daily stock trading value ranks second in ASEAN Videos

Vietnam’s daily stock trading value ranks second in ASEAN

The average daily trading value on Vietnam’s stock market has reached more than 1.34 billion USD per session so far this year, up 15.9 percent from the last year’s figure and now the second largest in ASEAN, only after Thailand, according to the Ministry of Finance.
Vietnam’s daily stock trading value ranks second in ASEAN Business

Vietnam’s daily stock trading value ranks second in ASEAN

The average daily trading value on Vietnam’s stock market has reached more than 30.84 trillion VND (1.34 billion USD) per session so far this year, up 15.9 percent from the last year’s figure and now the second largest in ASEAN, only after Thailand, according to the Ministry of Finance.
Initial margin ratio raised to reduce derivatives risks Business

Initial margin ratio raised to reduce derivatives risks

The Vietnam Securities Depository (VSD) will apply a new minimum initial margin ratio of 13 percent from July 18 instead of the previous 10 percent for VN30 Index futures to avoid violations and ensure the security of the derivatives market.
VN-Index breaks 1,000 point level Business

VN-Index breaks 1,000 point level

The VN-Index broke the 1,000-point threshold on January 3, closing up 0.99 percent at 1,005.67 points, despite increasing profit-taking pressure towards the end of the session.
VN Index hits trading value high Business

VN Index hits trading value high

Shares advanced for a third session on the HCM Stock Exchange on November 7 as property developers and energy firms were able to maintain momentum.
Q3 prospects keep stocks on upswing Business

Q3 prospects keep stocks on upswing

Vietnamese shares advanced slightly on October 14 after a volatile trading week, driven by investor expectations of positive third-quarter earnings reports.
Banking leads market to 9-year high Business

Banking leads market to 9-year high

Vietnamese shares extended gains on September 28, driven by the banking sector on expectations that lower short-term deposit rates would boost lending for the economy and local businesses.