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The Vietnamese stock market has been forecast to fall next week amid fears of coronavirus and a focus on pharmaceutical stocks.
Foreign investors have poured around 36.4 billion USD into the Vietnamese stock market by the end of 2019, a rise of 11.6 percent from a year earlier, according to the State Securities Commission (SSC).
US-Iran tensions and pre-Tet sentiment will be two key factors impacting the Vietnamese stock market in the coming week (January 6-10).
The following are the top 10 events on the Vietnamese stock market in 2019 as selected by the Securities Journalists Club.
After having declined for four straight weeks, the Vietnamese market may rebound in December as analysts and securities companies expect that cheaper shares will attract hungry investors amid the world’s volatility.
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.
Vietnam is expected to attract more investors as its economy is developing at a stable rate, with GDP growth of 7 percent.
Global provider of benchmarks, analytics and data solutions FTSE Russell last week kept Viet Nam on its watch list as a frontier market.
Investors may want to brace for a bumpy trading week as the Vietnamese stock market is still vulnerable to the unpredictability of global shocks in geographic, political and economic conditions.
The Vietnamese stock market last week suffered after having rallied for four consecutive weeks amid negative news from the international markets.
The State Securities Commission (SSC) is working with relevant ministries and agencies to issue specific guidance to facilitate foreign direct investment (FDI) firms in listing on the Vietnamese stock market.
The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) held the first trading session of covered warrants (CWs) on June 28, marking the debut of this type of securities product on the Vietnamese stock market.
Covered warrants (CWs) will be officially listed and traded on the Vietnamese stock market from June 28, according to the State Securities Commission of Vietnam (SSC).