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Vietnam to restructure stock market

VietNamNet Bridge - The new plan on restructuring the stock market by 2020 mentions solutions to help the market obtain an upgrade in status and develop in the long term.

Experts cautious about stock market predictions in 2019

VietNamNet Bridge - The stock index has become unpredictable as there are signs of weaker liquidity, while investors are becoming more cautious.

$4.5 billion to be poured into Vietnamese stock market: analysts

VietNamNet Bridge - MB Securities estimates that if Vietnam is upgraded into a secondary emerging market, it will be able to attract $4.5 billion worth of capital.

Vietnam’s stock market expects more foreign capital inflow in 2019

VietNamNet Bridge - Foreign capital inflow to Vietnam was still higher than outflow by $1.8 billion, or VND41 trillion, an increase of 60 percent over 2017.

Stock market 2019: Worry, but not too much, experts say

VietNamNet Bridge - Finance and securities analysts are not overly concerned about stock market prospects in 2019, despite the recent downward trend.

What are investors looking forward to in 2019?

VietNamNet Bridge - With a 10-year high growth rate of 7.02 percent in 2018 and macroeconomic stability, Vietnam is expected to continue to be an attractive stock market in 2019.

Most outstanding events in stock market in 2018

VietNamNet Bridge - The highlights of the stock market in 2018, according to the Securities Journalist Club, included the following:

Who will benefit if Vietnam is upgraded to secondary emerging market?

VietNamNet Bridge - The Vietnamese stock market will have opportunities to attract billions of dollars worth of capital if it is upgraded to an emerging market. 

Rushing to raise capital, foreign securities companies prepare for new business

A lot of foreign securities companies have announced plans to increase their charter capital within a short time, but Vietnamese companies are being cautious about their capital increase plans.

Vietnam’s stocks cheaper than the rest of the SE Asia region

Investors are in a market where the risks are higher than in 2017. However, this doesn’t mean there are no investment opportunities.

Cash moving around, but not to production

VietNamNet Bridge - Investors successfully bought 5-year government bonds at a 3.45 interest rate at a bid organized on July 11 at the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX). 

Earning VND1 trillion a month, Vietnamese billionaires become richer than ever

VietNamNet Bridge - Many large listed corporations have reported huge profits of trillions of dong.

Where is foreign capital going?

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam’s stock market is feeling pressure as foreign investors are selling more than buying.

Curbing interest, inflation rate: difficult question for VN Central Bank

The government of Vietnam wants to keep the interest rate low and stable in order to encourage economic sectors to expand business, thus helping economic growth.

It won’t be easy to lure foreign capital in H2: experts

Foreign portfolio investment (FPI) will no longer be the main driver to attract foreign capital to Vietnam in the second half of 2018 as it was in the first six months of the year.

Foreign investors stumble when injecting money into bank shares

The value of foreigners’ investments has become uncertain amid unfavorable conditions of the market. Since April 15, after reaching the peak of 1,200 points, the VN Index has been sliding, reaching a low of 884.75 points on July 12.

Foreign capital flows into Vietnam’s stock market in takeover deals

VietNamNet Bridge - Financial institutes all report that foreign investors keep pouring capital into the Vietnamese stock market to take over Vietnamese profitable businesses.

Is Vietnam falling into a bearish market?

When the VN Index exceeded the 1,200 point threshold, it was a surprise that the stock market later fell so sharply. 

Investors should think before snapping up cheap stocks

Market adjustments over the past few weeks has brought many stocks down to attractive price levels compared to the beginning of the year, but investors should remain cautious.investors should think before snapping up cheap stocks

Top 50 businesses list shows strength of private sector

VietNamNet Bridge - The 2017 list of 50 best performing businesses released by Nhip Cau Dau Tu reflects the return of the enterprises in the fields of banking, real estate, construction and consumer goods.