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.
Mollis organic towels of Phong Phú Corporation have received “very good response” in the market after being launched last year, a sign that premium products are becoming more popular in Việt Nam.
Forbes Vietnam on Tuesday announced Vietnam’s 50 top listed companies for 2018, which account for 70.8 per cent of total market capitalisation on the HCM and Hà Nội stock exchanges.
Shares showed a mixed trend at closing on Tuesday, higher on HCM City Exchange but lower on the northern bourse, although Monday witnessed a strong recovery.
Shares rose for a second day on Friday on the two national stock exchanges as investors increased bargain hunting for large-cap stocks after the steep decline since mid-April.
The massive increase in the number of M&A deals involving foreign investors is putting pressure on Việt Nam’s plastics industry.
Saigon Securities Incorporation said it has been informed by FinanceAsia that it has won two FinanceAsia awards for Best Investment Banking and Best Equity Capital Markets House.
Volatility on Việt Nam’s stock market in the past two months has dragged down the performance of foreign investment funds here.
Shares retreated on Thursday on the nation’s stock exchanges, reversing from Wednesday’s unexpected rebound.