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Vietnamese shares may continue to fall this week as a spike in fresh coronavirus cases fuelled concerns that the path to economic recovery could be hindered.
Vietnamese shares are on the edge of declining this week as worries about the second wave of coronavirus spread increased after new cases were reported over the weekend.
Brokerages have forecast that the benchmark VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh exchange may approach 900 points by the end of this year despite worries over a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
After 20 years of operations, the Hochiminh Stock Exchange (HOSE) has seen as many as 23 firms with a market capitalization of over US$1 billion each,
The Vietnamese stock market had a tough time throughout February with most stocks weakening amid concern about the global spread of the coronavirus disease(COVID-19).
Foreign investors have net sold a total of VND3.4 trillion (US$147.7 million) in the last 20 trading days.
Corporate earnings were forecast to slow in 2020 as the economy became more vulnerable to external factors, data firms and securities businesses forecast.
The prospect of the Vietnamese stock market this year will be brighter, with profits of listed firms in 2020 likely to increase by 18% against 2019 while the VN-Index may rise by 20.7%.
This segment was also the only one in the brokerage sector that saw gross profit increase compared to the third quarter of last year.
Brokerages proposed different scenarios for the movement of VN-Index from now until the end of the year depending on the world's economic growth prospects.
Foreign investors net bought a total VND10.8 trillion (US$464.4 million) worth of local shares from January to September with exchange-traded funds...
A number of foreign-invested enterprises have been unlisting their shares in Vietnam due to alleged legal problems.
The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) will solely concentrate on operating the according to the Ministry of Finance.
The total number of companies trading on the Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM) reached 850 as of August 30, the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) has announced.
The first ever Viet Nam Corporate Governance Code of Best Practices, a set of recommended practices for Vietnamese public companies, has been issued by the State Securities Commission of Viet Nam.
The HCM Stock Exchange (HoSE) has announced the latest update to the blue-chip VN30 Index for July 2019, which will take officially effect from August 5.
The ongoing revision of Vietnam’s securities law is expected to remove restriction for foreign ownership limit at local companies.
Covered warrants will be an alternative technical tool as foreign investors are not limited to buy the securities product and can freely trade it as domestic investors do.