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Petrolimex stocks fall with sinking performance

Petrolimex stocks fall with sinking performance

Vietnam National Petroleum Group (Petrolimex, coded PLX), has witnessed a sharp drop in share prices after a vast wave of investors started selling its stocks and setting up stock discounts, following the drop in profitability since April 2017.

Eurozone stocks retreat ahead of ECB meeting

Eurozone stocks retreat ahead of ECB meeting

LONDON: Eurozone stocks pulled back on Wednesday (Oct 25) ahead of an ECB meeting likely to cut market stimulus, while a stronger pound hammered London's FTSE 100.

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AIA and VPBank sign 15-year bancassurance partnership

AIA and VPBank sign 15-year bancassurance partnership

AIA Vietnam has joined up with VPBank in a 15-year exclusive bancassurance partnership on Monday, offering VP Bank customers a comprehensive range of life insurance products and services powered by AIA’s innovative wellness proposition, AIA Vitality.

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VAMC buys $1.12 billion bad debts this year

VAMC buys $1.12 billion bad debts this year

The Viet Nam Asset Management Company (VAMC) bought more than VND25.53 trillion (US$1.12 billion) of non-performing loans (NPLs) from 14 credit institutions.

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Shares extend gains in two markets

Shares extend gains in two markets

Shares extended gains on Wednesday morning on the two national stock exchanges but divergence continued to expand in the large caps group.

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Major stocks, especially ROS, lift VN-Index

Major stocks, especially ROS, lift VN-Index

Shares rebounded on Tuesday on the two national stock exchanges after a flop on Monday, propped up by the strong growth of several major large caps.

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Credit boom raises banks’ 3rd quarter

Credit boom raises banks’ 3rd quarter

Banks have generated hefty profits in the year’s first three quarters, buoyed by healthy credit growth.

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Big banks get a ‘fintegration’ facelift

Big banks get a ‘fintegration’ facelift

When banks work with technology companies or startups, what often comes out are fintech products or services that can offer customers convenience and control over their financial lives. And for Vietnam, those financial technologies are doing something even more meaningful for the economy, as they are helping Vietnam transform from a cash-centric nation into a more digitalised, cashless one. Trang Nguyen reports.

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FWD begins three-year partnership with Tiki

FWD begins three-year partnership with Tiki

FWD Life Insurance has struck up an exclusive partnership with Vietnamese e-commerce firm Tiki.

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European stocks firmer as investors eye corporate news, ECB meet

European stocks firmer as investors eye corporate news, ECB meet

LONDON: The dollar climbed against rivals on Monday (Oct 23), helping to push up European and Japanese stock markets, while share prices in the US moved modestly higher at the start of a heavy week of corporate earnings report and a much-anticipated European Central Bank meeting.

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Market corrects downwards as blue chips lose steam

Market corrects downwards as blue chips lose steam

Shares closed in the negative zone on the two stock exchanges on Monday morning as large caps lost steam and weighed down the markets.

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Lending grows 12.16% in nine months

Lending grows 12.16% in nine months

Credit growth of the entire banking system in the last 10 days of September rose 1.14 per cent, pushing the total increase in the first nine months of this year to 12.16 per cent, the latest report from the State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) showed.

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Ministry wants funds for Belt Road 3

Ministry wants funds for Belt Road 3

The Ministry of Transport plans to seek approval for funding from the South Korean government for a portion of Belt Road 3 from Tân Vạn District to Nhơn Trạch District in Đồng Nai Province, according to the Ministry of Transport.

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VN’s central bank to keep currency stable: Official

VN’s central bank to keep currency stable: Official

Record-high foreign reserves will enable Viet Nam’s central bank to keep the dong, the local currency, stable for the rest of the year, Bloomberg quoted a central bank official as saying.

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Shares slide on profit-taking selling

Shares slide on profit-taking selling

Shares edged down on the two national stock exchanges on Monday, led by large caps which declined steeply under strong profit-taking selling pressure.

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Vietnam Opportunity Fund injects $11 million in Orient Commercial Bank

Vietnam Opportunity Fund injects $11 million in Orient Commercial Bank

Vietnam Opportunity Fund, the flagship fund of VinaCapital, has invested approximately $11 million in Ho Chi Minh City-based Orient Commercial Bank, for an interest of less than 5 per cent.

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Petrolimex stocks fall with sinking performance

Petrolimex stocks fall with sinking performance

Vietnam National Petroleum Group (Petrolimex, coded PLX), has witnessed a sharp drop in share prices after a vast wave of investors started selling its stocks and setting up stock discounts, following the drop in profitability since April 2017.

Eurozone stocks retreat ahead of ECB meeting

Eurozone stocks retreat ahead of ECB meeting

LONDON: Eurozone stocks pulled back on Wednesday (Oct 25) ahead of an ECB meeting likely to cut market stimulus, while a stronger pound hammered London's FTSE 100.

Read more...
AIA and VPBank sign 15-year bancassurance partnership

AIA and VPBank sign 15-year bancassurance partnership

AIA Vietnam has joined up with VPBank in a 15-year exclusive bancassurance partnership on Monday, offering VP Bank customers a comprehensive range of life insurance products and services powered by AIA’s innovative wellness proposition, AIA Vitality.

Read more...
VAMC buys $1.12 billion bad debts this year

VAMC buys $1.12 billion bad debts this year

The Viet Nam Asset Management Company (VAMC) bought more than VND25.53 trillion (US$1.12 billion) of non-performing loans (NPLs) from 14 credit institutions.

Read more...
Shares extend gains in two markets

Shares extend gains in two markets

Shares extended gains on Wednesday morning on the two national stock exchanges but divergence continued to expand in the large caps group.

Read more...
Major stocks, especially ROS, lift VN-Index

Major stocks, especially ROS, lift VN-Index

Shares rebounded on Tuesday on the two national stock exchanges after a flop on Monday, propped up by the strong growth of several major large caps.

Read more...
Credit boom raises banks’ 3rd quarter

Credit boom raises banks’ 3rd quarter

Banks have generated hefty profits in the year’s first three quarters, buoyed by healthy credit growth.

Read more...
Big banks get a ‘fintegration’ facelift

Big banks get a ‘fintegration’ facelift

When banks work with technology companies or startups, what often comes out are fintech products or services that can offer customers convenience and control over their financial lives. And for Vietnam, those financial technologies are doing something even more meaningful for the economy, as they are helping Vietnam transform from a cash-centric nation into a more digitalised, cashless one. Trang Nguyen reports.

Read more...
FWD begins three-year partnership with Tiki

FWD begins three-year partnership with Tiki

FWD Life Insurance has struck up an exclusive partnership with Vietnamese e-commerce firm Tiki.

Read more...
European stocks firmer as investors eye corporate news, ECB meet

European stocks firmer as investors eye corporate news, ECB meet

LONDON: The dollar climbed against rivals on Monday (Oct 23), helping to push up European and Japanese stock markets, while share prices in the US moved modestly higher at the start of a heavy week of corporate earnings report and a much-anticipated European Central Bank meeting.

Read more...
Market corrects downwards as blue chips lose steam

Market corrects downwards as blue chips lose steam

Shares closed in the negative zone on the two stock exchanges on Monday morning as large caps lost steam and weighed down the markets.

Read more...
Lending grows 12.16% in nine months

Lending grows 12.16% in nine months

Credit growth of the entire banking system in the last 10 days of September rose 1.14 per cent, pushing the total increase in the first nine months of this year to 12.16 per cent, the latest report from the State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) showed.

Read more...
Ministry wants funds for Belt Road 3

Ministry wants funds for Belt Road 3

The Ministry of Transport plans to seek approval for funding from the South Korean government for a portion of Belt Road 3 from Tân Vạn District to Nhơn Trạch District in Đồng Nai Province, according to the Ministry of Transport.

Read more...
VN’s central bank to keep currency stable: Official

VN’s central bank to keep currency stable: Official

Record-high foreign reserves will enable Viet Nam’s central bank to keep the dong, the local currency, stable for the rest of the year, Bloomberg quoted a central bank official as saying.

Read more...
Shares slide on profit-taking selling

Shares slide on profit-taking selling

Shares edged down on the two national stock exchanges on Monday, led by large caps which declined steeply under strong profit-taking selling pressure.

Read more...
Vietnam Opportunity Fund injects $11 million in Orient Commercial Bank

Vietnam Opportunity Fund injects $11 million in Orient Commercial Bank

Vietnam Opportunity Fund, the flagship fund of VinaCapital, has invested approximately $11 million in Ho Chi Minh City-based Orient Commercial Bank, for an interest of less than 5 per cent.

Read more...
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