HOSE resumes operation on January 25

State Securities Commission of Vietnam yesterday said that the HCMC Stock Exchange would resume operation on January 25 after two days of shutdown because of a technical breakdown.

The HCMC Stock Exchange (HOSE) resumes operation after two day shutdown on January 25

The HCMC Stock Exchange (HOSE) resumes operation after two day shutdown on January 25

The last order matching price on January 22 will be used as reference price on January 25, it said.
In case there will be no order matching price on the day, reference price will be the closing price on January 19, it said.
HOSE has warned investors against wrong information about making up for lost time for the two day shutdown, advising them to follow official information on its website.
After strongly increasing in the previous session thanks to capital flow running out from closed down HOSE, the Hanoi Stock Exchange reduced its heat yesterday.
At the end of the session on January 24, the HNX-Index slightly decreased by 0.06 to 126.26 points with total transaction volume and value hitting 59.5 million shares and VND1,064 billion respectively, down 37 percent and 29.4 percent over the previous session.

By NHUNG NGUYEN, NGOC QUANG – Translated by Hai Mien

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