Shares climb for fourth consecutive day
(Aug 28, 2015)
Shares closed higher this morning on the two exchanges, supported by strong growth of oil and gas companies.
The well-known Vietnamese mobile phone company Mobile World Investment
Corporation (MWG) plans to open a chain of stores selling fresh food and
fast-moving consumer goods in the last quarter.
Except for the Hang Seng Index, which lost 226.15 points to end at
21,612.39 in Hong Kong, other Asian indexes ended higher on August 28.
Viet Nam National Seaproducts Corporation (Seaprodex) has approved a
plan to sell all its stake in the Vietnamese-French Cattle Feed Joint
Stock Company, better known as Proconco.
Thong Nhat Production and Investment Joint Stock Company (GTN) plans to acquire a 75 per cent of stake in the State-owned Vietnam National Tea Corporation, or Vinatea.
The Hang Seng Index led Asian markets to end higher on August 27, adding 785.15 points to reach 21,838.54 in Hong Kong
Strong buying continued to push up shares in the two markets this
morning, propped up by a powerful rebound on the United States stock
Deutsche Asset&Wealth Management (Deutsche AWM), a division of
Deutsche Bank AG, will remove its FTSE Viet Nam ETF from the Stockholm
Stock Exchange and Euronext Paris from September 25.
The Nikkei 225 came back to cross the 18,000 points milestone, adding 570.13 points to end at 18,376.83 in Tokyo on August 26
Vietnamese shares, especially gas stocks, lifted the market this morning.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh said the draft on selling Government
stakes as share packages must include strict regulations to prevent
corruption, while still encouraging those who seek long-term