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VN-Index retreats from 10-year high

VN-Index retreats from 10-year high

Shares retreated on the two national stock exchanges as investors booked short-term profits on fears of a possible downward correction on Tuesday.

Bank and oil stocks drive market down

Bank and oil stocks drive market down

Shares edged down on Tuesday morning, driven by losses of banks and oil companies.

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Shares narrow gains on short-term risk

Shares narrow gains on short-term risk

The VN-Index tapered its gains to 0.2 per cent to close yesterday’s trade at 723.5 points on investor fears of a downward correction after the benchmark index reached a fresh ten-year high.

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VN Index rises on financial, property stocks

VN Index rises on financial, property stocks

The benchmark VN Index rose by 0.4 per cent on Monday morning to close at 724.7 points, as financial and property stocks gained value.

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Earning reports, foreign buys to boost stocks

Earning reports, foreign buys to boost stocks

Vietnamese shares will continue to rise this week, according to securities analysts and brokerage companies, as foreign investors buy local assets. Positive first-quarter earnings reports and macroeconomic indicators to be released soon are also expected to influence this trend.

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Maybank Kim Eng believes ASEAN has momentum

Maybank Kim Eng believes ASEAN has momentum

Maybank Kim Eng, ASEAN’s leading investment bank, said at its Invest ASEAN Singapore conference on March 24 that it believes in the region’s current growth momentum and that opportunities are increasing across industries.

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Sustainability Index to launch in July

Sustainability Index to launch in July

The VN Sustainability Index (VNSI) will make its debut in July to evaluate the sustainability performance of companies listed on the stock market of Viet Nam.

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Stocks up on banking-finance sector

Stocks up on banking-finance sector

Finance-banking stocks were the most important factor that lifted Vietnamese shares again on the two local exchanges on Friday morning.

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Blue chips drive VN stocks back up

Blue chips drive VN stocks back up

Vietnamese shares rose on Thursday after sliding in the previous session, driven by large-cap stocks on high investor confidence.

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Exchange rate under the control despite Fed rate hike

Exchange rate under the control despite Fed rate hike

After the Federal Reserve (Fed)’s move of increasing the key USD interest rate by 0.25 per cent up to a range of 0.75-1 per cent, the exchange rate on the domestic market is under control. However, Huynh Trung Minh, a financial and banking expert, told VIR’s Van Linh that enterprises should be proactive in exchange rate risk hedging.

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Banks struggle to raise capital

Banks struggle to raise capital

Not only the issues of human resources, bad debt, profit, dividends, but also the pressure of increasing capital to cater for updated standards in line with Basel II are pushing banks to exhaustion before and after their 2017 general shareholders’ meeting (GSM).

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SBV should offer failing banks to foreign investors

SBV should offer failing banks to foreign investors

The vigorous restructuring of “zero VND” banks whose capital is believed to have fallen far below the minimum requirement of VND3 trillion ($140.6 million) is the main goal of the banking system this year. Dr Tran Du Lich, a financial and economic specialist, told VIR’s Thuy Vinh that buying out “zero VND” banks is only a temporary solution. It is time for the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) to stop interfering with the restructuring of “zero VND” banks.

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VAMC asks for five-fold increase in charter capital

VAMC asks for five-fold increase in charter capital

The Viet Nam Asset Management Company (VAMC) has proposed to raise its current charter capital from VND2 trillion (US$87.6 million) to VND10 trillion by 2020.

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Generali Vietnam launches the first comprehensive critical illness plan in Vietnam

Generali Vietnam launches the first comprehensive critical illness plan in Vietnam

On March 22 Generali Vietnam Life Insurance LLC launched the first comprehensive 2-in-1 insurance plan in the Vietnamese market.

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Central bank injects more money into market

Central bank injects more money into market

State Bank of Viet Nam made a net cash injection of VND16 trillion (US$704.8 million) via open market operations in the past week to support liquidity of the banking system, Bao Viet Securities Co (BVSC) reported.

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Asia-Pacific Financial Inclusion Summit kicks off in Hanoi

Asia-Pacific Financial Inclusion Summit kicks off in Hanoi

The Asia-Pacific Financial Inclusion Summit 2017 opened in Hanoi on March 21, bringing together over 450 key stakeholders, thought leaders and practitioners to further the financial inclusion agenda in the region.

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