The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange on November 18 introduced three new stock indices developed based on the investment requirements of local funds.
Commercial banks remained the biggest bond issuers with VND79.4 trillion worth of bond issuance, accounting for 44.4 per cent of the total figure.
The strong increase of the number of fund accounts prove investors are becoming more interested in open-end funds’ products and services.
A total 237 companies on the Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM) have joined the listed firms’ assessment of information disclosure for 2018-19.
The national steering committee on food safety has set up six inspection teams to check food safety and hygiene for the coming Tet (Lunar New Year) festival.
As many as 706 enterprises, 85 per cent of 832 listed companies on the Vietnamese stock market, generated profits during the third quarter of this year.
SCG, a Thai-owned Southeast Asian conglomerate, reported a turnover of approximately US$1 billion in the Vietnamese market in the first nine months of this year, a slight decrease from the same period last year.
Insurer Bao Viet Holdings (BVH) and the Bank for Investment and Development of Viet Nam (BIDV) have approved plans of paying cash dividends worth combined US$236 million in the next two months.
Recent reports of contaminated tap water have caused great public concern across Viet Nam, the latest issue for investors in a sector the State is divesting from.
Concerns about the US-China trade talks have lifted for now, and investors are turning their attention to third quarter earnings reports and how listed companies will perform in the last three months of the year.
Truong Thanh Furniture Corporation (Truong Thanh) expects its losses to reach VND588 billion (US$25.3 million) in 2019, heard the firm’s annual shareholder meeting on Monday.
HCM City People's Committee has sent a petition to the Ministry of Planning and Investment to alter the State holding ratio in some State-owned enterprises in different fields.