An additional three billion bank stocks will start trading on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) next week, HOSE announced.
Shares were mixed at closing on Thursday, higher on the HCM City Exchange but lower on the northern bourse, experiencing strong volatility with big variation in large-caps’ prices.
Shares rose for the fourth consecutive session on Tuesday with an improvement of liquidity, largely on the strength of a handful of banking and individual blue-chips.
Shares rose towards the end of Wednesday’s session as investors snapped up opportunities as positive first-half earnings reports came in.
The Vietnam Securities Depository (VSD) on Wednesday said it would apply a new minimum initial margin ratio of 13 per cent instead of the previous 10 per cent for VN30 Index futures to avoid violations and ensure the security of the derivatives market.
The HCM Stock Exchange has announced the latest update to the blue-chip VN30 Index for the next six months from July 23 to January 1, 2019.
Nguyễn Hồng Vân and her son bought a set of sixth grade books and notebooks and pens at the Thăng Long bookshop in HCM City’s Bình Thạnh District.
Shares struggled to maintain last week's upward trend on the two local bourses with a slight gain on Monday, experiencing strong volatility among big differentiation between large-caps’ prices.
State-owned glass and construction ceramic producer Viglacera forecasts earnings of nearly VNĐ500 billion (US$21.7 million) in pre-tax profit in the first six months of this year.
Though Vietnamese shares bounced back strongly in the last two sessions of last week, analysts and brokerage firms remained skeptical that the stock market had actually overcome a difficult period and begun its consolidation.