Companies are looking to raise debts from bond issuance before the amended Law on Securities takes effect next January.
The fears of coronavirus have clouded prospects for the global economy and caused difficulties for Vietnam's stock market.
Textile stocks have been on a temporary upswing thanks to the recent ratification of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) but textile enterprises still face difficulties due to heavy dependence on imported raw materials and machinery as well as reduced demand worldwide.
The State Bank of Vietnam has asked credit institutions to prepare capital sources to meet borrowing demand and provide support to customers who have been affected by the coronavirus epidemic.
The increasing inflow of remittances ahead of the Lunar New Year has replenished the liquidity of the banking system, thus resulting in a steep fall in the interbank interest rates in January, according to insiders.
The US-listed asset management fund VanEck Vectors Vietnam ETF (VNM ETF) may purchase shares of the new generation carrier Vietjet in its upcoming quarterly portfolio reshape.
Stocks in the local market are expected to seesaw next week, as market liquidity may rise sharply before the main index moves toward the resistance level of 1,000 points, according to securities firms.
The VN-Index of the Hochiminh Stock Exchange is forecast to come under further downward pressure next week, according to Bao Viet Securities Company.
The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has proposed adjusting the rate of the capital assignment profit tax imposed on foreign enterprises in Vietnam in an effort to simplify the process of collection and treatment of corporate income taxes.
The total loans of the banking system are expected to grow by 16.33% in 2017 against December last year, lower than the Government’s limit of 18%.
The central bank may consider lifting credit growth targets for several banks to support economic growth, according to Bao Viet Securities.
Vietnamese shares dove on June 24’s morning and then climbed slightly as investors reacted in shock to Britain’s decision to terminate its membership in the European Union (EU).
Besides its numerous benefits, the Trans-Pacific Partnership will bring a slew of challenges to the Vietnamese textile, apparel and footwear sectors.
Despite the progress made, the latest talks to secure the Trans Pacific Pact (TPP) have stalled.