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Vietnamese shares extended gains for a third day in a row on upbeat market sentiment amid the increasing ...
Gold prices soared to highs on Wednesday morning, exceeding US$2,000 per ounce on the global market and ...
Multiple tra fish companies suffered losses due to falling export prices and lower orders, focusing ...
Industrial production struggled in July, expanding at just 3.6 per cent over June and 1.1 per cent over ...
HSBC economists forecast GDP expansion of 3% in 2020 for Vietnam, the only ASEAN country they expect to ...
The condotel market has faced a gloomy period due to low absorption rate while inventory has been on the ...
Shares struggle to maintain upward trend on Thursday morning due to a rise in coronavirus death cases reported in the country.
Novaland (HSX: NVL) is a large listed company on the Vietnamese stock exchange, which, following a review in July 2020, continued to be included in the VN30 index of the 30 largest companies.
In the first seven months of this year, Vietnam imported 93,248 tonnes of pork, doubling the figure from the same period last year, with Canada, Germany, Brazil, and the US accounting for almost the entire volume.
It has been a tough year so far for property investors, but one segment is weathering the storm better than most: industrial property, which saw a softer drop than other segments.
Moody’s Investors Service has recently confirmed the long-term ratings of FE Credit at B1, after putting it up for review due to the impacts of COVID-19.
Vietnam is one of the best long-term growth stories in Asia and is one of the most preferred frontier markets, according to HSBC. There is a long list of reasons why the bank remains positive on the country’s equity market.
Viet Nam is expected to continue growing its share of global exports despite decline amid the resurgence in the COVID-19 pandemic after three months of no local transmissions, according to an HSBC report.
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