A number of securities products won’t be introduced by the end of 2018 as promised by local stock exchanges.
Việt Nam’s benchmark VN Index is forecast to struggle due to uncertain market sentiment this week, with eyes on the two exchange-traded funds (ETFs) set to finish reviewing their portfolios on March 16.
Việt Nam’s benchmark VN-Index fell slightly on Tuesday, covering part of losses made in intraday trading as investors hunted for low-priced stocks.
A derivatives market, which will start operations in August, is expected to draw more capital to the Vietnamese securities market for the rest of this year, experts told a seminar in HCM City last Saturday.
Shares advanced for a second session in the two local markets on Friday as investor confidence remained positive before the national holiday.
Vietnamese shares were saved yesterday during the late period as higher oil prices helped raise energy firms and steelmakers advanced on expectations for good third-quarter performance reports.
Vietnamese shares yesterday bounced back from a gloomy trading week, driven by better investor confidence in blue chips following the re-allocation of ETFs’ investment portfolios and the energy sector was boosted by higher oil prices.
Vietnamese shares advanced yesterday as the oil sector was boosted by a positive trend in global oil prices.
Mekong Enterprise Fund II, or MEF II, announced the successful sale of 2.5 million shares of Mobile World (MWG) on July 9.