The State Securities Commission has granted registration certificate on public offering of shares to VNDirect Securities Corporation (VND).
Vietnamese shares recovered on Thursday after dipping for two consecutive sessions, due to strong investor interest in large-cap stocks that led the market upturn on expectations of good earnings reports.
Vietnamese shares rose slightly on Tuesday after falling during the morning session, due to investors’ profit-taking attempts that hit large-cap stocks in the brokerage, real estate and construction sectors.
It remains impossible for Việt Nam’s securities market to get promoted from a frontier market to an emerging market this year, officials say.
Shares cooled down a little on Friday on the HCM Stock Exchange after the “crazy” session on Thursday, backed by strong growth of finance stocks.
Vietnamese shares soared in the first trading session of the week as investor confidence remained strong on expectations for good earnings reports.
Vietnamese shares bounced back on Thursday after Wednesday’s sharp fall sent stocks down to attractive prices, thus triggering investors to bottom-fish.
Vietnamese shares plummeted yesterday as investors realised short-term profits. Worries remained that the adjusted policy on margin lending could take effect early next month.
Vietnamese shares finished Wednesday on a mixed note, hit by strong profit-taking. Energy shares continued to benefit from rising oil prices.
Saigon Securities Inc. (SSI) was the biggest brokerage on the Hanoi Stock Exchange’s derivatives market last year with a 28.28 per cent market share, according to an exchange report on the derivatives market.