Most indexes end higher
(Aug 22, 2014)
The Hang Seng Index added 118.13 points, ending 0.47 per cent higher, to reach 25,112.23 in Hong Kong on August 22.
Investors continued their steady buys this morning, pushing the VN-Index
over the five-year peak of 615 points seen in October 2009 to close at
The State Securities Commission and stock exchanges are encouraging
listed companies to disclose information in English in order to remove
barriers for foreign investors.
Asian markets, including the two bourses in Viet Nam, ended mixed on Thursday.
Shares rose further this morning on both stock exchanges, driven by steady cash inflows.
Viet Nam's stock market is expected to grow further towards the end of
2014, with the VN-Index possibly hitting 650 points, experts said at a
meeting held here yesterday.
Asian markets ended mixed on Wednesday. Both bourses in Viet Nam rose, with the VN index adding 2.06 points to
reach 606.70 and the HNX gaining 0.39 points to end at 83.06.
Three companies linked to Imex Pan Pacific trading group Chairman
Jonathan Hanh Nguyen are expected to buy a combined 23.6 per cent stake
in the Southern Airports Services Company Ltd.
Both stock indices rose this morning, propped up by blue chips, but
liquidity continued to decline as investors were concerned over a
The Hang Seng Index in Hong Kong yesterday exceeded a six-year high even as Vietnamese markets ended lower.
Stocks continued their rally on the HCM Stock Exchange this morning, but lost momentum on the Ha Noi bourse.