Vietnam banks remain attractive options for foreign investors
M&A activities in the banking sector are set to heat up in 2021, when the Covid-19 pandemic is fully contained and the majority of Vietnamese banks have completed their restructuring processes.
17:40, 2020/40/07
Vietnam benchmark VN-Index set to go sideways in November
The VN-Index edged up 2% month-on-month in October to finish at 925.47 and was among the best-performers in the world.
13:37, 2020/37/12
Strong liquidity in Vietnam stock markets boosts stock exchanges revenue
The average liquidity for a trading session in the first half of 2020 rose 24% year-on-year to VND5.8 trillion (US$250 million).
11:10, 2020/10/09
Vietnam benchmark Vn-Index expected to surpass June’s peak to 920 in Sept
The recent uptick of the market, however, is not sustainable, when the margin outstanding may have increased sharply along with the rise.
14:39, 2020/39/26
Fin Min's new circular expected to propel Vietnam stock market to EM status
Being allowed to short sell and trade at T+0 will help Vietnam improve evaluation criteria under global providers of financial services such as FTSE Russell and MSCI.
23:45, 2020/45/27
Vietnam finance ministry extends program to support stock market
The reducing and waiver of securities services fees would last until June 30, 2021.
17:17, 2020/17/27
Vietnam shares plunge 5.3% on Covid-19 resurgence; market cap falls US$10 billion
This marked the sharpest drop among stock markets globally during today’s trading session.
16:16, 2020/16/20
Vietnam stock market needs upgrading to emerging status soon: PM
Vietnam’s stock market has been the platform to help firms like Vietcombank, Vinamilk and Vingroup, expand to regional and global stages.
18:57, 2020/57/08
Vietnam benchmark VN-Index outperforms major markets in May
The VN-Index's rally stemmed from strong participation of domestic investors and lower selling pressure from foreign players.
11:45, 2020/45/10
Major state-firm Vietnam Rubber Group to list on HoSE next week
The reference price in the first trading session is set at VND11,570 (US$0.5) per share, equivalent to a market capitalization of VND46.28 trillion (US$2 billion).
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