Update news vietnam stock market
The number of newly-opened securities accounts dropped sharply in July to the lowest in about two years as stock market liquidity hit a monthly low.
2021 was an unforgettable year for Vietnam's stock market as many records were set.
Vingroup, owned by Vietnam’s richest man Pham Nhat Vuong, plans a billion-dollar deal as its subsidiary with electric car models VF e35 and VF e36 enter the US market.
Vietnam’s stock market mobilised total capital of VND292.1 trillion (US$12.8 billion) in the first nine months of this year, up 12 per cent compared to the previous year.
This October, many provinces and cities, especially Ho Chi Minh City, plan to gradually loosen social distancing. How will the stock market affect the cash flow in the near future?
The ongoing COVID-19 outbreak is showing more positive signs, with higher vaccination rates and a decline in the number of new infections, raising hopes for businesses of a return to normality and providing support for the stock market.
Billionaire Nguyen Dang Quang, Chairman of Masan Group, has made new strides in conquering the Vietnamese telecom market by acquiring 70% shares of Mobicast JSC with a total value of VND295.5 billion (over $14 million).
The largest private equity fund management company in the US has just sold Vinhomes shares and made a profit of more than VND1,000 billion (nearly US$ 43.5 million) after a year.
The IFC and the World Bank, in partnership with the Australian government, are implementing a multi-year advisory programme to facilitate Vietnam’s stock market development, the IFC announced on Tuesday.
Major investors have gradually withdrawn their investment capital from the company that was dubbed the ‘unicorn’ of Vietnam's media industry.
The Vietnamese stock market has been rising to historical levels in terms of points and liquidity, still has huge growth potential and could even be at the beginning of a multi-decade surge, according to investment fund VinaCapital.
HCM City Stock Exchange (HOSE) on August 9 said the exchange has shifted to operate in accordance with a new scenario after coronavirus positive cases were discovered at HOSE office late last week.
Even though the market benchmark plunged in July, experts see it as short-term move and the stock market is still an important capital mobilisation channel in the long-run.