Investors suffered losses with all 19 covered warrant codes that expired in April, data on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HoSE) showed.
The Vietnamese stock market had a tough time throughout February with most stocks weakening amid concern about the global spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
The benchmark VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HoSE) took a nosedive to close at 835.49 points on March 9, recording the worst slump since 2002.
The Construction Ministry will divest the remaining State capital in ceramic and tile producer Viglacera Corporation this year, said head of the ministry’s Enterprises Management Department Dao Minh Thanh.
The number of investors opening new accounts in 2019 fell from the previous year, according to the Vietnam Securities Depository (VSD).
The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) has introduced three new stock indices developed based on the investment requirements of local funds.
The Vietnam Dairy Products Joint Stock Company, one of the country's leading dairy producer, has reported its nine-month net profit hit 80 percent of the year's target.
Vietnamese shares advanced on October 8 as attention shifted to companies with good earnings prospects amid a lack of supportive information.
The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) plans to introduce a new index that contains foreign-ownership-capped shares.
The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) has reported its pre-tax profits dropped by almost half year-on-year to 200 billion VND (8.63 million USD).
The set of Principles of Best Corporate Governance for all public companies in Vietnam was publicised by the State Securities Commission of Vietnam (SSC) at the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) on August 13.
The Vietnamese stock market suffered during the week from July 29 to August 2 after having rallied for four consecutive weeks amid negative news from the international markets.
Viet Capital Securities Joint Stock Company (VCSC) has announced the results of its bond issuance.
The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) held the first trading session of covered warrants (CWs) on June 28, marking the debut of this type of securities product on the Vietnamese stock market.
Covered warrants will be an alternative technical tool as foreign investors are not limited to buy the securities product and can freely trade it as domestic investors do.
Covered warrants, which will be traded on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) from this month, are expected to attract a large number of investors since they have lower investment costs and can be leveraged more than conventional financial products, heard a recent seminar in HCM City.
Though the current legal regulations allow foreign investors to fully own a local firm, it still prevents the investors from pouring funds into some conditional business lines, such as banking and aviation sectors with foreign ownership cap limited at 30 percent.
Forbes Vietnam on June 3 announced Vietnam’s 50 top listed companies for 2019. The firms accounted for 63 percent of total market capitalisation on the Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi stock exchanges in mid-May.
The Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) on May 7 officially opened the first trading session for more than 1.4 billion shares of Vietnam Airlines Corporation, listed with code HVN.
The Vietnam Stock Exchange (VSE) will be set up with a view to unifying the stock market and ensuring efficient, fair, open and transparent activities on the market.