Shares put positive end to the week
(Dec 07, 2013)
Shares advanced on both national stock exchanges yesterday, following
slight losses on Thursday. However, overall liquidity declined.
The Nikkei 225 led Asian markets on Friday with a gain of 122.37 to end at 15,177.49, while the Topix Index (TPX) rose 6.18 points to finish at 1,235.83 in Tokyo.
The State Capital Investment Corporation will retain its shares in FPT Telecom, Vinamilk, Hau Giang Pharmaceutical and Viet Nam National Reinsurance Corp as part of its long-term investment strategy.
Asian shares ended lower on Thursday with the bad losses of Nikkei 225, saying goodbye to 230.45 points to end at 15,177.49, while the Topix Index (TPX) lost 11.34 points to finish at 1,229.65 in Tokyo.
Shares lost on both national stock exchanges this morning.
The Nikkei 225 lost 341.72 points to finish at 15,407.94, as the big loser in Asian markets on Wednesday. Also, Japan's Topix Index (TPX) declined 21.55 points, closing at 1,240.99 in Tokyo.
Shares continued an upward trend this morning, finishing higher on both national stock exchanges.
The Nikkei 225 gained 94.59 points to reach 15,749.66, leading the
Asian market on Tuesday as the Topix Index (TPX) added 3.60 points to
close at 1,262.54 in Tokyo.
Asia Frontier Capital Limited announced its newly-launched AFC Vietnam
Fund on Tuesday, investing in Vietnamese listed equities, with a target
size of US$50 million
Viet Nam needs a stable economic and financial system to create a sustainable bond market in the future, according to experts.
The Hang Seng Index finished the day up 157.26 to reach
24,038.55 points, its highest close since April 21, 2011, to lead the
Asian market on Monday.