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Vietnam’s stock market: it’s the age of mid-cap stocks

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam stock indexes have gained new highs recently. However, the rise of large-cap stocks has stalled, while mid-caps are attracting cash flow again after a correction period.

Securities trading floors lit red, billionaires lose trillions of dong

VietNamNet Bridge - The continued downward trend of the stock index has caused losses of trillions of dong to Vietnamese billionaires.

Stock market 2018: high hopes put on foreign cash flow

VietNamNet Bridge - Foreign capital flow, which was behind the strong rise of the Vietnam stock market in 2017, is expected to help the VN Index reach new highs in 2018.

USD continue to flow into stock market

VietNamNet Bridge - Commercial banks say that people are converting dollar into dong and investing dong in securities.

Vietnam facing challenges ahead as GDP growth uncertain in 2018

Vietnam finally gained a high GDP growth rate of 6.81 percent in 2017, which was  higher than the targeted 6.7 percent which many analysts thought would be unattainable. Will it occur again this year?

Stock market shut down for 2 days, losses estimated at $4.5 million

The technical breakdown at HOSE (HCMC Stock Exchange) on January 22 causing a 2-day interruption is estimated to have caused a loss of hundreds of billions of dong. 

Stocks, bitcoin the most profitable investment channels in 2017

With the VN Index increasing sharply by 48 percent in 2017, stocks were the assets with the highest profitability. No other assets, except bitcoin, brought such impressive profits.

The ‘blockbuster’ performers of VN's 2017 stock market

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet, Petrolimex, VP Bank and Vincom Real were the five ‘blockbusters’ that significantly increased the capitalization of the stock market.

The hallmarks of the banking sector in 2017

VietNamNet Bridge - 2017 was a good year for Vietnam’s banking sector with big profits for many banks and a decreased bad debt ratio.

What’s behind the strong performance of the stock market in 2017?

VietNamNet Bridge - The Vietnamese stock market in 2017 saw stock prices escalating, but not all investors could make money.

VN Index ends 2017 at 10-year high

Vietnamese shares ended on a positive note on Friday as large-cap stocks remained positive and banks continued to draw investors’ attention for full-year earnings prospects.

Three scenarios for Vietnam stock market in late 2017

The VN Index increased by 12.86 points on November 20, by 14.75 points on November 21, and 14.36 points on November 22. By November 24, the index had risen by 98.29 points, or 11.7 percent.

Big foreign investors eye Vietnamese corporations

VietNamNet Bridge - More and more foreign capital is being poured into Vietnamese companies as the government speeds up the equitization and divestment process.

Vietnam stock index jumps to 10-year high

VietNamNet Bridge - The VN Index this year has reached new highs, with the 1,000 point threshold, an all-time high, expected to be very near.

With prices escalating, Vietnam stocks no longer cheap

The VN Index increased by 35.8 percent by November 20 compared with the 2016 closing trading session, making the stock market one of the fastest growing markets in the world. 

Wealthy Asian investors hunt for Vietnamese stocks

VietNamNet Bridge - Wealthy Asian investors have been bringing billions of dollars to Vietnam and hunting for big investment opportunities. 

It’s the era of billion-dollar business transactions

VietNamNet Bridge - The Vietnamese stock market on November 7 witnessed its biggest-ever transaction: 415 million VRE shares of Vincom Retail, worth $740 million, were transferred within one trading session.

Vietnam has new billionaires as more companies enter bourse

VietNamNet Bridge - The list of the richest stock billionaires has changed recently with the appearance of many new names after their businesses listed shares on the bourse.

Foreign investors seek more shares in infrastructure company

VietNamNet Bridge - Foreign investors have poured trillions of dong into shares of large infrastructure companies which promise modest but stable profits. 

Vietnam is among best-growing stock markets

VietNamNet Bridge - Analysts from SSI (Saigon Securities Incorporated) believe that Vietnam may have 30 businesses with capitalization value of over $1 billion by 2018.