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"Overseas investors have shown their confidence in Vietnam’s stock market and have been even “more positive” than local investors"

 (Bloomberg) -- Overseas investors have shown their confidence in Vietnam’s stock market and have been even “more positive” than local investors, Nguyen Duy Hung, chairman of Saigon Securities, the nation’s largest brokerage said in interview in Hanoi.

 

Foreigners are willing to pay premium for shares of big and good companies such as VPBank or Military Bank.

 

Companies at full foreign limits are being traded at a premium by overseas investors.

 

They are interested in some sectors such as retail, manufacturing, and logistics and tend to pay attention to the size of the companies and look for future prospects.

 

There are some sectors that foreign investors expect to improve in the future such as banking, logistics, and construction materials.

 

With government’s determination in equitization and divestment of big SOEs, foreign investors will pay more attention to Vietnam while more and more companies are willing to sell controlling stakes to overseas investors.

 

With more products being offered, foreign investors will have more options to invest in Vietnam.

 

Stock inflow has been “very impressive” and will continue increasing.

 

 

“There will be a more calm and solid foreign inflow come into Vietnam’s stock market to accompany with the government’s IPO and divestment process:” Hung.

 

Vietnam stock market expected to maintain its growth momentum for the rest of the year and the trend will continue in 2018.

 

Benchmark VN Index +21% this year, best performer among indexes in the Southeast Asian.

 

Foreign investors have bought net of $512.09 million worth of Vietnamese stocks this year through Sept. 25, the most since at least 2010.

 

Vietnam Plans State Stake Sales in 161 Cos This Year.

 

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