VCN - Mr. Phan Linh (photo), CEO of Take Profit Vietnam Consulting and Investment Company Limited,gives comments on the future of Vietnam’s securities market.
VCN- Thus, after 20 years of establishment and development, it can be seen that Vietnam’s stock market every year has developed more impressively than the previous year, and founders and ...
Some 329 listed companies on the Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh stock exchanges have met all information disclosure requirements 70 companies more than last year according to a survey on ...
VCN- Investors should invest in the short term but according to the medium and long-term trend, the market's dropping pressure has not ended.
The successful equitisation and capital divestment of State owned enterprises SOEs would create benefits that boosted the stock market and business performance
The fears of coronavirus have clouded prospects for the global economy and caused difficulties for Vietnam stock market
VCN- At the end of the session on 31 January, the VN-Index continued to lose 22.96 points to end at936.62 points. A series of major stocks continued to be sold, ...
VCN- Vietnam's stock market in 2019 still maintained growth in many aspects and is still an attractive destination for foreign investment inflows.
A sustainable stock market would help drive Vietnam economic growth and serve the nation said Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung
The following are the top 10 events on the Vietnamese stock market in 2019 as selected by the Securities Journalists Club
As many as 706 enterprises 85 percent of 832 listed companies on the Vietnamese stock market generated profits during the third quarter of this year
The number of new listing firms on the two local bourses has remained modest in the first nine months of the year
Automobile stocks are expected to lure more investment thanks to the growth of market consumption forecast to reach over 500000 vehicles per year from 2021
A number of foreign-invested enterprises have been unlisting their shares in Vietnam due to alleged legal problems. Nguyen Hung Quang, managing director at NHQuang & Associates, delves into the reasons ...
The two national stock exchanges will be merged into one single stock exchange and named the Vietnam Stock Exchange which will be headquartered in Hanoi.