High risk of oscillation through short-selling

High risk of oscillation through short-selling

(ĐTTCO) - Investors have for long been looking forward to high-end transactions such as secured short-selling and intra-day trading to be made official, and which will also create a fairness in the market. The recent draft Circular on Securities Trading Instructions has created an excitement in the stock market with investors awaiting to see a more robust bear market. 

Foreign direct investment must be selective in Vietnam

(ĐTTCO)-Vietnam must be highly selective in choosing to bring in the most appropriate foreign direct investment (FDI) companies into the country. This effort must then be supported with effective reforms and resources. However, at the moment there are several bottlenecks in the domestic economy, caused mainly by the current global economic situation, that is holding back more FDI to enter.

Vietnam needs to select appropriate FDI projects

(ĐTTCO)-Problems concerning foreign direct investment (FDI) projects as such do not concern the Vietnamese economy, which leads to some people talking about a dual economy. Many FDI projects have not created or ensured sustainable and quality development. This means that the transfer of technology, transfer of skills, and the spill-over of FDI investment is still limited. 

Vietnam must avoid label of currency manipulator

(ĐTTCO) - Saigon Investment had recently run a series of articles discussing the currency manipulation comments by the US Treasury Department, based on their assessment report sent to the Ministry of Commerce in Vietnam. 

DQC - Impasse caused by nepotism

(ĐTTCO) - The Dien Quang Lamp Joint Stock Company (DQC) was once a leading national brand in Vietnam in the lighting industry and in the production of electrical equipment. 
Aviation is the most damaged sector in the pandemic, such as HVN with a negative second quarter profit of VND 6678 billion - a decrease of 540%.

Listed companies balancing dual scenarios

(ĐTTCO) - The volatility of the current ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on almost all production and business activities of vitally important listed companies. 
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Risk concerns over real estate loans

(ĐTTCO) - The current ongoing Covid-19 pandemic scenario has once again drawn attention to risks created by corporate bonds issued by real estate companies that are proving highly profitable and attractive to investors but causing more risk concerns to banks. 
Thu Duc City still a very distant dream

Thu Duc City still a very distant dream

(ĐTTCP) - The impetus to establish a high-tech city within Ho Chi Minh City is gathering momentum, and the Government has already approved the creation of this new city under the tentative name of Thu Duc City by merging Thu Duc District, District 2 and District 9 as one autonomous nucleus city. 
Ho Chi Minh City status to grow with Thu Duc City

Ho Chi Minh City status to grow with Thu Duc City

(ĐTTCO)-The development of a new Thu Duc City as a vibrant financial hub within the Eastern parts of Ho Chi Minh City will certainly elevate the status of Ho Chi Minh City and also contribute to the development of the entire region as well as the country. 
Ministry backtracks on one-price electricity option

Ministry backtracks on one-price electricity option

(ĐTTCO) - The Ministry of Industry and Trade has now backtracked on its proposal to add a one-price electricity price option for domestic consumers, in its plan to revise the electricity tariff proposed by Vietnam Electricity (EVN). This was done in response to objections by several experts and consumers who raised the alarm against such a high tariff.     
Many banks now invest in corporate bonds. (Illustrative photo)

Banks divert investment in current scenario

(ĐTTCO) - Since 28 July, capital mobilization in banks has increased by 5.31%, credit has increased by 3.45%, while excess liquidity has pushed interbank interest rates to the bottom. In this context, banks have not only reduced deposit interest rates to save costs, but have also diverted investments into financial institutions.