Vietnam’s stocks rallied the most in seven weeks on Friday, helping the benchmark gauge erase its year-to-date losses.
ABBank is taking the final steps to list 571.3 million shares on the Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM), according to the Vietnam Securities Depository.
PG Bank, a subsidiary of Vietnam’s largest petroleum retailer Petrolimex, has got approval to list 300 million shares on UPCoM, according to Hanoi Stock Exchange filing.
By the end of Thursday's afternoon, Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index closed at 1,005.97 points, up 6.03 points or 0.6 percent when many blue-chips reversed at the end of the session, according to exchange.
- Finance ministry announces roadmap to reorganise stock market 1
- Masan gets approval to remove foreign ownership limit 2
- Casino operator stock skyrockets despite sustained losses 3
- Japan’s ENEOS Corp. to raise stake in Petrolimex to 11 percent 4
- VN-Index plummets over 74 points 5
- Power firm EVNGENCO 2 to auction over 580 mln shares on Feb. 8 6
Vietnamese lender ACB has got approval to move 2.16 billion shares to the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange from, the country’s main bourse, from Hanoi Stock Exchange, according to exchange filing.
Pharmaceutical giant STADA has raised its stake in Vietnam's Pymepharco to 80 percent and is now seeking full ownership without submitting a bid for the purchase.
Real estate firm Phat Dat has been proposed to the MSCI Frontier Market 100 index, according to October report from the world leading index research and analysis organization Morgan Stanley Capital International.
VIB has received approval for listing on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, the second lender to list this year after LienVietPost Bank.
The State Capital Investment Corporation (SCIC) has announced to sell its entire 36.3 percent stake, or 44.2 million shares, in the Vietnam Vegetable Oils Industry Corporation, according to the Hanoi Stock Exchange.
Military-run Viettel plans to auction 4.98 million shares, or 6 percent stake in Viettel Post at initial price of VND104,800 ($4.5) apiece, according to Hanoi Stock Exchange’s filing.
The divestment of 6 percent stake in Viettel Post will be done through a public auction at the Hanoi Stock Exchange. It is expected that the auction to be held in November.
José Mourinho, one of the best football managers and two times UEFA Champions League winner, has been appointed as global brand ambassador for XTB, an international finance service provider.
Nam A Bank has got approval from Hanoi Stock Exchange to list 389 million shares on the UPCoM market with reference price at VND13,500 ($0.58) apiece, according to exchange filing.
Vietnam, the world's biggest producer of robusta, has become the top supplier of coffee beans for Japan as consumption of instant coffee, which uses robusta, is soaring there amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Domestic gold price dropped sharply on Wednesday morning to VND51 million ($2,209) following a strong decrease on global gold price when Russia announced progress in developing a novel coronavirus vaccine.
Gold prices in Vietnam climbed to a new peak, as global rates hit an all-time high.