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Airport operator plans 25 per cent revenue increase

Airport operator plans 25 per cent revenue increase

The Airports Corporation of Viet Nam (ACV) plans a 25 per cent year-on-year increase in revenue to VND13.3 trillion (US$583.6 million) this year.

Euro hits year-high against dollar

Euro hits year-high against dollar

LONDON: The euro extended its run higher versus the dollar on Wednesday (Jun 28), hitting a year-high, following an upbeat outlook on the eurozone economy this week from ECB chief Mario Draghi.

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Stocks gain slightly on bargain hunting

Stocks gain slightly on bargain hunting

Shares rose slightly on both local markets on Wednesday morning on late bargain hunting by investors.

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Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical’s IPO lures investors

Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical’s IPO lures investors

The initial public offering (IPO) of Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical Company Limited (BSR) in the fourth quarter of this year is expected to lure big investors, especially those with value, given the company’s mammoth capitalisation.

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Dollar gives up gains as eyes turn to Fed's Yellen

Dollar gives up gains as eyes turn to Fed's Yellen

HONG KONG: The dollar swung in Asian trade on Tuesday (Jun 27) after a top Federal Reserve official indicated it would raise interest rates further this year, while traders await a speech from Fed boss Janet Yellen.

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Deputy PM works with World Bank on trade facilitation

Deputy PM works with World Bank on trade facilitation

Deputy Prime Minister Vương Đình Huệ worked with the World Bank on Monday to discuss trade facilitation, logistics development and the national single window mechanism.

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Local banks recovering from a long slump

Local banks recovering from a long slump

Since the beginning of this year the shares of many banks have appreciated significantly, with the increases ranging from 8 per cent to even 80 per cent.

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Vietnam ditching leather for e-wallets

Vietnam ditching leather for e-wallets

Electronic wallet (e-wallet) services are becoming more popular in Viet Nam, with a number of new e-wallet services officially licensed in the last year and a half.

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Ocean Bank finds new foreign owner

Ocean Bank finds new foreign owner

A source of VIR revealed that the zero VND Ocean Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Ocean Bank) has been sold to a foreign bank in Asia.

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VN-Index rebounds on blue chips

VN-Index rebounds on blue chips

The benchmark VN-Index rebounded on Friday after two declining sessions on the recovery of several key stocks.

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Expert warns over possible increase in USD exchange rate

Expert warns over possible increase in USD exchange rate

After the Federal Reserve (Fed) raised the USD interest rate, the domestic exchange rate did not significantly fluctuate. However, when talking with VIR’s Thuy Lien, economist Dr Can Van Luc said that there may be some pressure on the USD exchange rate at the end of 2017.

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Petrolimex, Sabeco pull VN Index up

Petrolimex, Sabeco pull VN Index up

The rise of several key stocks pushed the benchmark VN Index up 0.1 per cent to close at 766.85 points on Friday morning.

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SBV looks to up foreign reserves

SBV looks to up foreign reserves

The State Bank of Viet Nam’s transaction centre this week raised the reference buying rate for the US dollar by VND50 to VND22,725, revealing its intention to expand foreign reserves.

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VN-Index slips on blue chips

VN-Index slips on blue chips

The benchmark VN-Index ended Thursday morning’s trade in negative territory despite a positive opening as many large-cap stocks continued to slump.

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Bank shares drive market down

Bank shares drive market down

Shares declined for the first time in the last three days as banks lost momentum on Wednesday on rising profit-taking pressure after a long rally.

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Over 13,000 online sellers on Facebook: Tax department

Over 13,000 online sellers on Facebook: Tax department

As many as 13,422 Facebook account holders are conducting trading activities through this social network, the Ha Noi Taxation Department announced on June 20.

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