Two investors purchase all hospital shares

Central Transport Hospital yesterday opened an auction session to sell nearly five million shares in its initial public offering at Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX).

More interest shown at Hanoi auctions

A greater number of investors participated in the equity auctions held on the Hanoi Stock Exchange in April, the northern bourse reported.
Treasury sells VND6 trillion government bonds

Treasury sells VND6 trillion government bonds

Hanoi Stock Exchange organized a bid invitation for VND6 trillion (US$283.42 million) government bonds issued by the Vietnam State Treasury on July 11.

HNX stock value up 140 percent after five years

The Hanoi Stock Exchange has 364 companies with listed value reaching VND90 trillion (US$4.23 billion) as of May, up 140 percent after five years since it was established.

Business News in Brief

Hanoi Stock Exchange has put Bac Lieu Fisheries Joint Stock Company (BLF) under supervision and allowed it to trade only on Friday as the company continuously violated information closure regulations while being under warning status. In the first half of this year, BLF posted net profit of VND5 billion, achieving 83 percent of this year’s plan.

Business News in Brief

Hanoi Stock Exchange announced that it has received files for initial public offering of 21.6 million shares of PV Coating and 3 million shares of Thanh Hoa-Song Da Joint Stock Company.

Business News in Brief

Hanoi Stock Exchange has put Vietnam Commercial Joint Stock Bank (NVB) into warning status and added it to the list of stocks ineligible for margin trading as the lender violated information disclosure regulations. Earlier, Saigon-Binh Dinh Energy Joint Stock Company registered to sell 16 million shares of NVB until October 9 to settle financial needs.
Business News in Brief

Business News in Brief

Hanoi Stock Exchange has recently removed Vietnam Industrial & Commercial Securities Company (VIG) from supervision as the company posted profit of VND848.6 million in the first half of this year. In mid-March, VIG was put under supervision because it was running at a loss for two consecutive years.