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VietNamNet Bridge – The market fell sharply again last week, primarily due to strong selling pressure in blue-chips, including property developers Vingroup, Hoang Anh Gia Lai, Vietinbank, Vietcombank,

Companies given pat for performance

 Fifty companies have been chosen out of 700 firms listed on Viet Nam's stock market as having the most effective business performance.


Tycoons fall hard due to securities investment; Long-awaited security software makes debut; Billion-dollar apartments now available; Semi- conductor association launched

Shares lack momentum, fluctuations to continue

 VietNamNet Bridge – Shares in Ha Noi fell last week but HCM City stocks saw gains thanks to the upcoming establishment of the Viet Nam Asset Management Corporation (AMC).

Who will buy Vietnam Airlines’ shares?

Minister of Transport has decided that Vietnam Airlines would have to complete the equitization process within 2013, which means that the investors would have the chance to possess the shares of the national flag air carrier this year.


ASEAN Business Forum opens in Bangkok; Thai businesses keen on investing in Vietnam; Cambodia-Vietnam trade increases; Trade unions urged to protect migrant workers

Shares gain but analysts warn of correction

 VietNamNet Bridge – Shares continued to climb on both stock exchanges last week but analysts are giving warnings of a likely correction in the near future.

The story about SCIC and the milk cow (part 2)

A question has been raised on how the SCIC’s fate would be if one day, it has to abandon Vinamilk shares?

Carlsberg taking steps to increase its presence in Habeco

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) has given the nod to the deal of Carlsberg Breweries A/S Group buying another 13 percent of Habeco’s stakes.

Foreign investors in VN believe they are sitting on gold mine

Despite some worries about Vietnam’s national economy performance, foreign investors in Vietnam still believe that Vietnam is a “gold mine.”

Market warms up, billions of dong flowing into stocks

The cash flow has been heading for the stock market since the beginning of the year. However, it’s still unclear if the tendency is stable.

Shares make gains on improved liquidity

 VietNamNet Bridge – The finished the first trading week of the new year in the black.

Shares turn cheap, Japanese quietly try to acquire Vietnamese banks

While the banks from Europe and US keep quiet at this moment, Japanese have been hunting for Vietnamese banks’ shares.

Shares gain on better outlook

 VietNamNet Bridge – Shares saw modest gains on the HCM City Stock Exchange last week, with the VN-Index ending Friday's session at 383.80 points, an increase of 1.58 per cent over the previous week's close.