Energy, bank shares boost bourses
Vietnamese shares added value nationwide in the last trading session of the week but suffered low liquidity, as oil and bank shares took the spotlight in spite of previous steep declines.
With Việt Nam signing many multilateral and bilateral trade agreements and attracting more and more foreign investment, it is hard to avoid grievances and disputes, a workshop heard in HCM City yesterday (June 22).
Việt Nam has big potential in applying 4.0 technology to develop retail banks and payment utilities.
Cần Thơ Mineral and Cement Joint Stock Company will cancel its listing on the Hà Nội Stock Exchange planned for June 29, the stock exchange has announced.
The Ministry of Construction has offered nearly 80.58 million shares of the largest ceramics producer Viglacera in an attempt to offload the State capital in the company.
The retail price of biofuel E5 RON 92 fell by VNĐ329 to trade at a maximum of VNĐ19,611 (US$0.85) per litre at 3pm today, the Ministries of Industry and Trade and Finance announced.
Việt Nam’s favourable geographical location as well as its strong import demand and preferences brought by free trade agreements (FTAs) make exporting wood products to Australia a viable prospect.
The Prime Minister has approved the equitisation plan of Việt Nam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines).
The Việt Nam National Coal and Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin or TKV) is targeting VNĐ116.9 trillion (US$5.1 billion) in revenues in 2018, up 9.3 per cent year-on-year.
Government bonds fetched higher interest rates for all maturity terms at the latest auction conducted by the Hà Nội Stock Exchange (HNX) on June 20.
Women-led firms face challenges in accessing bank loans
Yuting Teng transforms into an old Saigon Lady
Đại Học Anh Quốc Việt Nam Nhận Cờ Thi Đua Của Uỷ Ban Nhân Dân Thành Phố Hà Nội