Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (third, right) presents a merit certificate to the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange at the ceremony on July 20 (Photo: VNA)

Stock market celebrates 20th birthday

A ceremony was held in HCM City on July 20 in the presence of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to mark the 20th anniversary of Vietnam’s stock market and the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE).
Real estate companies lured more than 50 percent of the total amount of money mobilized in the bond market. (Photo: SGGP)

Enterprises race to mobilize capital from corporate bonds

While stocks of many enterprises and even banks have dropped to below face values, the bond market has warmed up as enterprises raced to mobilize capital through bond issuance, especially small enterprises.
Real estate firms strongly issue corporate bonds

Real estate firms strongly issue corporate bonds

Real estate firms issued corporate bonds heavily  in the first half of this year, accounting for 27 percent of total number of issued corporate bonds amid the scheme to limit credit into real estate sector of the Government and the State Bank of Vietnam.
Covered warrant to be traded on stock market as of June 28

Covered warrant to be traded on stock market as of June 28

Mr. Pham Hong Song, vice chairman of the State Securities Commission of Vietnam (SSC), announced at a press conference on June 24 in Ho Chi Minh City that covered warrant will be officially traded on Vietnam’s stock market since June 28.
Foreign investors net buy VND560 billion in first half of June

Foreign investors net buy VND560 billion in first half of June

Amid the context that the stock market was gloomy, in the first two weeks of June, foreign investors net bought nearly VND560 billion, of which they net bought nearly VND500 billion on the Ho Chi Minh City Exchange alone.
VN-Index plunges below 950 points

VN-Index plunges below 950 points

The Vietnam’s stock market opened week with strong shake on June 17 as blue-chip stocks dropped drastically. Despite selling pressure, there was no dumping on the market.
Bearish sentiment sends market down

Bearish sentiment sends market down

The Vietnam’s stock market closed in red for a second consecutive trading session on June 12 due to increasing selling pressure.
VN-Index slumps nearly 14 points

VN-Index slumps nearly 14 points

The Vietnam’s stock market extended losing momentum to a fifth trading session on June 6 as bullish sentiment urged investors to dump shares heavily.