Class of super rich growing Class of super rich growing

Viet Nam's cluster of super rich individuals has tripled over the past decade, revealed World Bank (WB) senior economist Gabriel Demonbynes at a press conference in Ha Noi.

Treasury bills, bonds sell more Treasury bills, bonds sell more

Transactions of Treasury bills and Government bonds have risen because of the good liquidity of banks for the second consecutive week. Despite this, positive credit growth in the banking system is out of sight.

The Gioi Di Dong surges to ceiling on listing The Gioi Di Dong surges to ceiling on listing

The Gioi Di Dong (Mobile World) Investment Corporation shares (MWG) began trading on July 14 on the HCM City Stock Exchange, hitting the 20 per cent ceiling right in the morning session.

VNG sells its e-commerce website to FPT VNG sells its e-commerce website to FPT

Viet Nam's Internet and technology corporation VNG announced on July 9 that it has sold its e-commerce website www.123mua.vn to the FPT Corporation, but did not reveal the selling price.

Except Viet Nam, all stocks end high Except Viet Nam, all stocks end high

(Jul 22, 2014)

All the Asian indexes, except those in Viet Nam, climbed in the market on July 22.

Profit-taking pushes shares down

Stocks tumbled this morning on both the stock exchanges because of increasing profit-taking activities.

Southern Hydropower lists on HOSE

The Southern Hydropower Joint-Stock Company got on the board of the HCM City Stock Exchange (HOSE) yesterday after having received a license on July 14.

VN Index closes above 600

The VN index climbed back above 600 by adding 4.78 points to close at 601.04 on July 21, while the other Asian indexes ended mixed.

HCM City market extends rally amid optimism

Optimism continued to help lift shares on the HCM Stock Exchange this morning, with the benchmark VN-Index closing up 0.62 per cent to reach 599.97 points.

Commercial banks raise dollar rates

Gold prices rose marginally in the international markets and slipped slightly in Viet Nam on July 21, even as the US dollar prices rose in all local commercial banks.

Asian markets end mixed after air crash

Indexes in Japan, Hong Kong and Malaysia ended lower on July 18, after a Malaysian jet crashed in Ukraine. However, the rest rose.

MAS shares tumble after second disaster in months

Malaysian Airlines System Bhd (MAS) shares fell sharply on Friday on news one of its planes was downed in Ukraine, raising pressure on the state-run carrier to try to restore investor confidence after the second major disaster in months.

Domestic stocks remain unaffected by plane crash

Asian stocks were rattled by the news of the crash of a Malaysian Airlines jet on the Ukraine-Russia border, but Viet Nam's stock market remained unaffected.

Second M&A wave in Viet Nam to top first by $5 billion

Viet Nam's mergers and acquisitions (M&A) market is set off for a second wave in the next five years with total value expected to reach US$20 billion from 2014-18, driven by the equitisation of State-owned enterprises.

Asian indexes report mixed results

 Major Asian indexes experienced poor selling on July 17, but the indexes in Singapore and two bourses of Viet Nam showed gains

VietJet introduces in-flight duty-free shoppingVietJet introduces in-flight duty-free shopping

VietJet has become the first Vietnamese airline to launch in-flight duty-free shopping service on its international routes to Singapore and Bangkok, Thailand.

We are fearless against our competitors: BMW chiefWe are fearless against our competitors: BMW chief

The luxury car market has been buzzing this year with the appearance of new brands and models. But Sergio Solero, managing director of BMW Group Asia, tells Viet Nam News his company is not fazed by competition.

Good jobs hard to find for returning workers Good jobs hard to find for returning workers

Thousands of workers struggle to find a suitable job after returning home to Viet Nam despite having good skills and experience of working abroad for years.

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