Vietnam Stock Market Raises VND29 Trillion in Quarter 1/2018
Capital raised from the initial public offering (IPOs) reached VND 21.3 trillion
StoxPlus’ data showed that by the end of Q1/2018:
- Capital raised from the initial public offering (IPOs) reached VND 21.3 trillion by 12 companies including big names Binh Son Oil Refinery (BSR) with VND 5,566 billion; PetroVietnam Oil Corporation (PVOIL) with VND4,117 billion; Petro Vietnam Power Corporation (POW) with VND6,997 billion. April expects other four companies to go public: Lung Lo 3 One Member Liability Company, An Giang Urban Environment One Member Company limited, Van Tuong Investment Structure One Member Company Limited, and Vietnam Cable Television (VTVcab).
- Capital raised from issuing new shares reached nearly VND7.8 trillion, equaling to 15.6% of the total capital raised in 2017. The main issuance methods are issuing new shares for existing shareholders and private placement (*)
(*) Total value of IPOs in 2017 is exclusive of Ho Chi Minh City Development Joint Stock Commercial Bank (HD Bank); Vincom Retail Joint Stock Company (VRE) ; and Vietnam Prosperity Joint Stock Commercial Bank (VPBank)
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