The top 60 biggest companies by market capitalisation and trading liquidity on the two local stock exchanges saw combined post-tax profit gain of 22.5 percent to 46.75 trillion VND (2 billion USD) in the third quarter of 2019.
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.
Forbes Vietnam on July 26 organised a ceremony to honour Vietnam’s top 50 listed companies in 2018, which account for 70.8% of total market capitalisation on the Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi stock exchanges.
Forbes Vietnam has announced Vietnam’s 50 top listed companies for 2018, which account for 70.8% of total market capitalisation on the HCM and Hanoi stock exchanges.
According to a recent research commissioned by Cisco, the little investment in cyber security at the ASEAN’s top listed firms is the main reason behind these firms standing to lose $750 billion of their current market capitalisation to cyber attacks.
Property developer Novaland Group now has a capitalisation value of nearly US$2 billion, making it one of the 10 biggest listed firms on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange in terms of market capitalisation.
The Vietnam National Petroleum Group (Petrolimex) has announced at a shareholder meeting that it will list on the stock market in mid April.
The market capitalisation to GDP ratio in Vietnam as of October 19 was 40%, Deputy Finance Minister Vu Thi Mai reported at the most recent regular Cabinet press conference.
Asset management company VinaCapital announced on October 13 at its annual investor conference that it expects to set up next month a domestic fund for foreign investors and raise US$5 million.
Forbes Vietnam magazine announced the best 50 companies on Vietnam’s stock market in 2016 on September 29.
Hanoi will host the third ASEAN Broker Networking event in October, which is expected to lure investment to the country’s stock market.
Mobile World Investment Corporation general director, Nguyen Duc Tai, skyrocketed onto the list of the top 10 richest people on Vietnam's stockmarket after the company's market capitalisation rose to almost VND11 trillion (US$521.3 million) and its shares hit VND175,000 (US$8.30) a share.