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The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) began its first trading session following the Tet (Lunar New Year) festival with a gong-beating ceremony on February 19, the 10th day of the lunar year.
On HoSE, foreign investors net bought a value of VNĐ186 billion in January 2024, equivalent to 64.7 million shares.
According to the HCM City Stock Exchange (HoSE), foreign investors were net sellers in October, with a total value of more than VND1.59 trillion.
The Hochiminh Stock Exchange (HOSE) has announced that seven more stocks are now ineligible for margin trading, taking the total count of restricted stocks and fund certificates to 94 as of August 31.
By the end of July, there were 43 stocks with market capitalisation of over US$1 billion, according to the latest data published by the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HoSE).
Banks, including VietBank (VBB) and Viet Capital Bank (BVB), are expected to transfer from UpCOM exchange to the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HoSE).
The Minister of Finance has directed the HCM Stock Exchange to urgently build and implement a separate corporate bond trading system from June 16 this year to develop a transparent secondary market and increase liquidity for corporate bonds.
The Hochiminh Stock Exchange, or HOSE, has released a list of 74 stocks and fund certificates ineligible for margin trading in the second quarter of this year, nine stocks higher than the previous list published at the beginning of this year.
The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) said it was considering deducting points of businesses who does not include information on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the annual report period of 2022.
HoSE market capitalisation has declined by VND1.79 quadrillion in 2022, instead of VND5.8 million billion recorded at the end of 2021.
VPS continues lead the brokerage market with its market share increasing sharply from 17.1 per cent in the second quarter of 2022 to 18.71 per cent in the third quarter, while SSI's market share reduced from 10.02 per cent to 9. 6 per cent.
Foreign investors net purchased 14.8 million stocks, worth some VND80 billion ($3,42 million) during the week from August 8 – 12, showing that the Vietnamese securities market remained attractive to them.