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EVFTA new milestone for Vietnam's economy

The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) is expected to be cleared at the next session of Parliament. This will pave the way for promotion of high standard of goods and a strong integration of Vietnam’s economy.

QCG - Victim of unsubstantiated rumours

Even after ten years of listing on HOSE, investors holding shares of Quoc Cuong Gia Lai Joint Stock Company (QCG) are confused because of unsubstantiated and ambiguous information being sent out by the company. In the current real estate market, QCG is now on a downhill trend and expectations from the company are almost defunct.

Coronavirus epidemic paralyses tourism industry

The sudden and virulent spread of the Coronavirus epidemic is seriously affecting many trade and businesses, including the tourism industry. Foreign tourists have decreased in vast numbers and countless domestic tourists have canceled tours, following warnings by countries across the globe.

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Fundamentals to recognize investment opportunity

Not many investors are able to recognize investment opportunities of listed stocks on HOSE, HNX and UPCOM. Most investors do not know what factors make price to move or what criteria should be considered before investing in stocks.

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Risks of high interest rate corporate bond

There is conflict as to why most real estate companies have issued bonds at high interest rate rather than issuing more shares at cheaper rate. The competition to issue bonds, to raise capital, between many companies has caused the interest rate of corporate bonds to increase. Bond interest rate has been even higher than lending interest rate of banks.

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Fear of default in corporate bonds

The report by McKinsey in August 2019, “Signs of stress: Is Asia heading towards a debt crisis?”, focused on credit of institutions and individuals in some countries in Asia having reached dangerous levels.

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Challenges in government bond issuance

According to a report of the National Financial Supervisory Commission on the financial market in 2018, the government bond market constituted 27% of GDP, same as in 2017.