More than 100,000 new securities accounts were opened, market liquidity increased, and some sessions reached the billion USD level. The new wave of investors is back?
Vietnam raised $7 million, while Indonesia, Thailand, and Malaysia collectively raised $5.4 billion through IPO listings in the first 10.5 months of 2023, according to the latest report from Deloitte.
The domestic gold market fluctuates as it is easily influenced by customer psychology regarding the scarcity of SJC brand gold bars.
The unique selling point of Cake digital bank lies in its ability to fully meet the financial demands of young consumers.
- Vietnam records three IPO listings raising $7 mln in the first 10.5 months 1
- Strange dance of gold 2
- Cake by VPBank receives the Best Digital Bank Vietnam award 3
- Forty-two companies with market capitalization exceeding $1 billion 4
- Nam A Bank to list more than 1 bln shares on HOSE 5
- Will the market improve with many new accounts? 6
By the end of September 2023, 42 companies on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HOSE) will have a market value of at least $1 billion.
The Board of Nam A Bank has approved a plan to list more than 1 billion shares on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange in the third or fourth quarter of 2023.
Interest expense in the first 6 months of this year increased by 47 per cent year on year, despite efforts from regulators to lower interest rates.
The number of new securities accounts opened monthly exceeded 100,000 for the first time since September 2022, more than four times than the previous month.
Shares of agribusiness companies have increased strongly recently thanks to more positive supportive information.
Cash flow always looks to more attractive investment channels with higher returns, so when interest rates decrease, cash flow will shift from the savings channel to the stock and real estate markets.
Dividends have become a heated subject during recent shareholder meetings in several banks.
The market settled lower yesterday, driven largely by the bearish sentiment toward food and drink stocks.
Many Vietnamese securities companies have returned to the capital-raising race after the ups and downs of the stock market.
Startup valuations in Vietnam could fall 50% from their recent peaks as company founders adjust to a decline in venture capital investments, a partner in the country's oldest private equity firm says.
Many businesses lack orders, and workers have had to cut spending amid financial difficulties. However, statistics agencies show reports with good figures.
Recruitment demand is forecast to increase in the second quarter of 2023 in sectors such as the production of computers and electronic products and food processing.