Vietnamnet - The Vietnamese stock market has reached nine year peak with the strong purchase from foreign sector, who has posted the net purchase of VND3,478 billion (US$153 million) on two bourses
Vietnamnet - Both the Hanoi and HCMC bourses witnessed exciting trading sessions last week with the VN Index of the HCMC Stock Exchange climbing to 722.14 points at the closing session, while the
Nhan dan - NDO - The oil distributor Petrolimex is scheduled to be listed on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange in April, according to Saigon Securities Inc, the brokerage firm that facilitates the
Vietnamnet - Shares may rebound this week on high investor attention to annual shareholders’ meeting of listed companies, as well as their reports on estimated first-quarter results.
Vietnamnet - Vietjet stock ended the morning trading session at VND108,000 ($4.74), 20 per cent higher than the initial price of VND90,000 ($3.95).
Vietnamnet - Vietjet Air has launched its IPO and plans to list its shares at the HCMC Stock Exchange (HOSE) on February 28. It is also considering issuing bonds in the international market.
Yahoo News BEIJING (AP) — China plans to have people abroad who are accused of financial market misconduct "captured and returned," the country's stock regulator said in comments reported Friday by
Nhan dan - NDO - Low-cost airline Vietjet Air will begin listing its shares on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange on February 28.
Yahoo News FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — German stock exchange operator Deutsche Boerse says it and CEO Carsten Kengeter are cooperating with prosecutors investigating purchases by Kengeter of the
Yahoo News NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stock indexes are on track to finish little changed Wednesday as investors didn't react much to a strong hiring survey or the Federal Reserve's decision to leave
Yahoo News The Dow Jones industrial average inched further into record territory Thursday, eking out a gain while the broader U.S. market indexes drifted lower.
Yahoo News U.S. stock indexes edged lower in early trading Monday as investors pored over the latest crop of company earnings. Energy companies were down the most as crude oil prices headed lower.