The Lao Securities Exchange (LSX) will increase the number of trading sessions next month in a move aimed to boost trade values and turnover.
Lao Securities Exchange plans to launch a new stock trading service, allowing investors to post buying and selling orders of stocks from computers at the end of this year, according to a top company official.
The market propels forward as the public show impetuous reactions. Hasty sell-offs were seen early this morning on BCEL shares, howev
Anticipating the current trends, investors unwaveringly step onward with their biddings again this week, pushing the prices of BCEL and EDL-Gen to an astounding 12,100 Kip and 6,400 Kip per share respectively. As of today, the price of BCEL’s shares enlarges by 500 Kip (4.31% gain), and EDL-Gen increase by 300 Kip (4.92%).
The government is considering waiving taxes on share trading to boost investment in the Lao Securities Exchange (LSX), according to a broker.