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Hanwha Life Vietnam opens 100th customer service center

Hanwha Life Vietnam opens 100th customer service center

Reaching 100 customer service centers has a become a milestone helping Hanwha Life to further expand its distribution system, provide better customer service, and increase its presence in the local life insurance market.

Banking recovery lifts VN-Index

Banking recovery lifts VN-Index

Bank stocks strengthened during Friday’s afternoon trade which rescued the VN-Index from another fall as investor sentiment remained fragile.

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Banks recover, but VN Index continues to slide

Banks recover, but VN Index continues to slide

The benchmark VN Index on the HCM Stock Exchange extended losses on Friday morning, sliding down 0.2 per cent to 766.1 points.

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VTVCab to keep previous value

VTVCab to keep previous value

Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has allowed the Viet Nam Television Cable Corporation (VTVCab) to set its deadline for an initial public offering (IPO) on September 30.

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Banks exposed to more security risks

Banks exposed to more security risks

The shift to digital banking has helped banks to provide modern and convenient services to customers, but this has also exposed them to many security risks, experts said at a conference in Ha Noi on Wednesday.

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OK for new bond market plan

OK for new bond market plan

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved a plan to develop Viet Nam’s bond market in 2017-20 with a vision to 2030.

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VN Index falls on heavyweight shares

VN Index falls on heavyweight shares

Shares slipped on Thursday morning after major heavyweight shares lost value on rising investor caution.

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Foreign investors register $1.2 billion for piece in VPBank

Foreign investors register $1.2 billion for piece in VPBank

The capital volume registered by foreign investors to acquire Vietnam Prosperity Joint Stock Commercial Bank (VPBank)’s shares reached a record $1.2 billion, marking the largest transaction on the stock exchange to date. 

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Steel, fertiliser shares buoy market

Steel, fertiliser shares buoy market

Shares recovered from morning losses on Wednesday, with large-cap stocks, especially steel and fertiliser shares, leading the way.

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Market declines on fragile investor confidence

Market declines on fragile investor confidence

Shares continued to slide on Wednesday morning, led by the slump witnessed by large companies in the food-beverage and banking sectors.

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Market down on fragile confidence

Market down on fragile confidence

Shares declined on Tuesday after a brief recovery in the previous session when a number of heavyweight shares sank into the red on fragile investor confidence.

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Major banks accelerate listing preparations

Major banks accelerate listing preparations

On August 17, VPBank will be officially listed on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HoSE). Including this, there are at least four major bank listings in 2017, and so far, this trend has shown no signs of stopping.

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Domestic, int’l factors aid rate cut

Domestic, int’l factors aid rate cut

According to the National Financial Supervisory Commission, many supporting factors in both the domestic and international markets could help an interest rate cut until the year-end.

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Blue chips lift the market

Blue chips lift the market

Shares recovered on Monday morning on the HCM Stock Exchange after four consecutive losing sessions last week, boosted by large-cap stocks.

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Bad debt measures go into effect

Bad debt measures go into effect

A National Assembly resolution on nonperforming loans takes effect tomorrow with lawmakers hopeful it will help resolve much of the remaining bad debts held by commercial banks and real estate projects across the nation.

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Stocks fall again on poor confidence

Stocks fall again on poor confidence

Vietnamese shares extended losses for a fourth session on Friday as investors acted cautiously following the market’s recent downturn.

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