Vietnam now allows foreign shareholdings of 100 percent in some firms, versus the previous 49 percent ceiling
From Sept. 1, 2015 foreign investors can own 100 percent of the Ho Chi Minh City-based brokerage
"Investors should not be too positive since trading volumes were not high enough to reflect a strong upward trend."
Though it is a major move, regulations are complex and sometimes vague, lament insiders
"The fall came as no surprise as the market at the moment has to face a bunch of bad news."
A majority of investors have lost 20 percent of their money over the past week, an analyst says
Stocks slid the most in more than three months as a weaker currency hit bank and consumer stocks
Analysts and traders said the adjustment will have negative impact on the stock market in the next few sessions.
"We see good economic figures coming out from Vietnam and at the same time the stock market is trading at a...
Foreign investors currently own 49 percent of the company, one of the biggest and most successful in the country
The market will be set up at the Hanoi Stock Exchange, first for two 'basic' products, the government says
A Reuters survey of China fund managers showed they had cut their equity allocations to the lowest in 6-1/2...
Adding to Vietnam's allure, its stocks are the second-cheapest in Southeast Asia, after Singapore shares.
“I would say there’s no battle that the Chinese government can’t win.”