ooiii, das geht schnell. Habe vor einer Woche bei dem Ariva Börsenspiel ein Depot eröffnet und lag nach vor drei Tagen auf Platz 140 von ca 600 Teilnehmern. Jetzt bin ich Nr. 640 von 660. Übrigens: Mein Liebling (neben VN) ist Activa Resources WKN 747137. ein kleine Öl-/Gas-explorer, der solide arbeitet und großes Potenzial hat. KEIN Wert der von börsenbriefen gepusht wird und wo nichts dahinter steht.
ist neu. Wird einen Zeichnungsschluss 2.Februar haben.
habe mit ML in CH gesprochen, Volumen auf 20 Mio. begrenzt. Habe über Investitionsmöglichkeiten mit denen gesproche´n und meine Fragen gestellt, wie man denn überhaupt das eingesammelte Geld investieren wolle.
Term shhet / Flyer schicke ich dir gerne per mail. Kannst mir ja deine Daten per BM schicken,
: 107ter Titel an der Börse in HCM City
Wenn ich das richtig mitbekommen habe, dann hat der Titel am ersten Handelstag einen Satz von 60% gegenüber Ausgabekurs gemacht. Ausländerquote noch sehr gering, jetzt grösster Wert in HCM, da wird noch mehr kommen! Weil die Ausländer endlich wieder einen Möglichkeit haben, ihr Geld zu investieren.
Pha Lai Power Company lists record shares
HCM CITY ? The new listing of nearly 311 million shares made Hai Duong-based Pha Lai Thermal Power Company (PPC) the largest company at the HCM City Securities Trading Centre yesterday.
The move makes PPC the centre?s 107th listed company.
Around 131,000 stocks were transferred for VND105,000 apiece at the first session.
Pha Lai shares have been traded at the Ha Noi Securities Trading Center prior to listing in HCM City. The company received application approval from the State Securities Commission on January 17 once it decided to jump on board the HCM City bourse.
PPC runs two plants in the northern province of Hai Duong, with a combined capacity of 1,040 MW. The company plans to contribute capital to two thermal power projects in Hai Phong and Quang Ninh provinces later this year.
The State still owns 78 per cent of the company, whose chartered capital stands at VND3.107 trillion. PPC chairman Hoang Van Que said State ownership could reduce to 51 per cent via share sales as early as the first quarter of this year.
Foreign investors, 11 institutions and more than 80 individuals, hold just over 3 per cent of the company.
The company netted VND599 billion (US$37.4 million) in profits last year and expects the figure to rise to VND609 billion this year. However profits may drop to VND364 billion in 2008 when the company?s tax reduction expires. ? VNS
US oil firm to sell shares for Vietnam gas project
HANOI, Jan 28 (Reuters) - American Technologies Inc. (ATI) said on Sunday it would list 20 percent of its oil and gas unit ATI Petroleum's shares on the Euronext stock exchange to raise around $200 million for a natural gas project in Vietnam.
"We expect a price of at least $8 per share at the initial public offering on Euronext on February 27," ATInc Deputy General Director Cao Van The told Reuters in Hanoi on Sunday.
ATI officials also said the company would list Nevada-based ATI Petroleum on the Vietnam stock exchange to raise funds for more projects in Vietnam but declined to provide further details.
ATI President Dinh Duc Huu told Reuters ATI Petroleum had made a gas discovery at the Yen Tu field off Vietnam's north coast.
The gas block, called Thai Binh and located 70 km (44 miles) off the port city of Hai Phong, has estimated reserves of 1 trillion cubic feet of gas.
Tests at the block showed a gas flow of 47 million feet per day, company officials said.
"If all goes well we hope to put the gas field into commercial production by 2009," Huu said.
He also said the company plans to build a pipeline with state oil monopoly Petrovietnam to deliver the gas from the field to power plants in northern Vietnam.
Danke für den Link, skunk.works. Das ML-Zertifikat besteht zunächst aus insgesamt 15 ausgewählten Blue Chips aus Vietnam. Die Unternehmen sind jeweils aus den wesentlichen Branchen (z. B. Telekommunkation, Energie, Rohstoffe etc.) sehr unterschiedlich gewichtet. Zeichnung bis 02.02., Emission am 08.03., 100 CHF zum Start.
Das Aktienbasket "Top Selection" der DB umfasst 10 Blue Chips, die insgesamt 60 % des gesamten Marktes abdecken. Die Gewichtungen einzelner Branchen weichen hier und da vom ML-Zerti ab, allerdings kommen einige Unternehmen in beiden Baskets vor.
Ob nun eine Investition in den Vietnam Index, die Top Selection oder das ML-Tracker-Zertifikat lukrativer erscheint, kann man mit den heutigen Kenntnissen wohl kaum beantworten.
Meine Frage an euch: wie läuft die Besteuerung beim ML-Zertifikat? Beim Verkauf meiner VOF kann ich in den nächsten Tagen einmal meine Abrechnung präsentieren. Die Pauschalbesteuerung kann ich bestätigen, die ZASt schmälert den Gewinn, aber frisst ihn nicht auf ;-)
Ich habe das LBB-zertifikat, weil das auch in Firmen ivestiert, die ihren Börsengang noch vor sich haben. Da hält sich m.E. das natürlich vorhandene Risiko in Grenzen. Der Fonds macht durch seinen Kauf beim IPO praktisch die Zertifikatanleger reich :-)
hat nur den Vietnam Opportunity Fund als Basiswert, orrientiert sich also nur an der Kursentwicklung dieses Funds. Es macht eigentlich nichts anderes, als die "Strafsteuer" zu umgehen und dafür kassiert man eine "Managementgebühr" von 1% pa.
Die in den einzelnen Anlagevehikeln anthaltenen Aufgelder sind teilweise sehr!!! hoch. über 50% !! Das erscheint mir eigentlich zu hoch und schreit regelrecht nach einer Korrektur, aber wie schon mehrmals gepostet, solange so viel Geld nach VN geht,.....
Der Vorteil des ML-Papiers könnte sein, dass es zumindest in der Zeichnung noch kein Aufgeld haben dürfte. Wie weit es aber schon investiert ist???
Andererseits ist jede Gewinnmitnahme mit dem Risiko verbunden, zwar evtl. 100% sicherzustellen, aber die nächsten 500% zu verpassen.
bin zwar nicht clubfan, aber... Landesbank Zertifikat hat WKN LBB1XG. Bezieht sich auf den Vietnam Opportunity Fund, umgeht aber die Strafsteuer. Siehe Posting 39. Du bist direkt im VOF drin und wirst beim Verkauf die ganze wucht der deutschen Steuerlast spüren. (Ich hatte Glück, meine Bank -Kein Discounter- hat keinerlei Abzüge vorgenommen. Hoffe nicht, dass in einigen wochen eine Neuabrechnung erfolgt!!) Das Steuerthema wird in anderen boards lang und schlapp diskutiert.
Vietnam's banking sector heats up By Sameera Anand
Deutsche becomes the third bank within a week to announce an investment in a Vietnamese bank.
It was a hat trick for Vietnam?s banking sector as Deutsche Bank became the third bank to finalise an investment in a local bank after announcements by United Overseas Bank (UOB) and HSBC. All three transactions have been announced in the same week.
The spate of interest is fuelled by expectations that banking laws in the country - which currently allow a foreign shareholder to own up to 10% of a joint stock commercial bank ? will shortly be relaxed to allow 20% foreign ownership.
Deutsche Bank said yesterday it will acquire up to 20% of Vietnam?s Hanoi Building Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Habubank) and become the single largest shareholder. Deutsche will be entitled to representation on the board of Habubank. No financial terms of the deal were disclosed.
Habubank is Vietnam's sixth-largest private commercial joint stock bank by assets and is one of the best-capitalised Vietnamese banks with a network of 21 branches and around 560 employees. It ended the year with assets of about 12 trillion dong ($748 million) and profit before tax of 248 billion dong. Commenting on the acquisition, Colin Grassie, chief executive of Deutsche Bank Asia-Pacific, referred to Vietnam as ?an important growth market in the Asia-Pacific region?.
This acquisition follows a move by Deutsche in October 2005 to buy 14% of Hua Xia Bank in China and underscores how important a presence in Asia is becoming to the expansion plans of global banks. Indeed, in announcing fourth quarter results earlier yesterday ? the best ever for the bank - Dr. Josef Ackermann, chairman of the management board of Deutsche Bank observed: ?Geographical boundaries are disappearing, and emerging markets are growing in importance?.
On January 25, UOB of Singapore announced it would acquire 10% in Southern Commercial Joint Stock Bank in Vietnam for S$46 million ($29.9 million) and would up its stake by another 10% when regulation permitted paying another S$44 million. Southern Commercial had net tangible assets of approximately S$158 million and an issued capital of S$124 million on November 30, 2006. It has a network of 46 branches and 980 employees.
Both Deutsche and UOB highlighted the technical support and assistance they would provide to the Vietnamese partner as a strategic shareholder.
On January 28, HSBC announced it would pay $71.5 million to double its 10% stake in Vietnam Technological and Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Techcombank) as soon as regulations permitted.
Most economists are bullish on Vietnam and believe it will achieve its target of 7.5%-8% real GDP growth over the next five years, making it one of the most attractive markets in the region. Deutsche, HSBC and UOB obviously see immense growth opportunities for their businesses in this environment and are taking steps to create a foothold.
die aktuelle ausgabe von zertifikat-kompakt http://www.zertifikate-kompakt.de/ beschäftigt sich mit dem thema vietnam-zertifikate auf zwei seiten. neben den drei am markt befindlichen zertifikaten kommt auch das neue vietnam real estate zertifikat darin vor.
Ha Noi ? Viet Nam is one of the lowest risk countries in Asia for foreign investors, Radio France Internationale (RFI) quoted the Political and Economic Risk Consultancy (PERC) as saying on Tuesday.
Of the 14 countries surveyed by PERC, Singapore was rated as Asia?s safest economy, while Indonesia was the riskiest.
In a best-to-worst ranking from zero to 10, Singapore received an overall score of 2.74. Japan came in second with a score of 3.13, followed by Hong Kong on 3.33, Malaysia on 4.66, Taiwan on 4.76, the Republic of Korea on 4.78 and Viet Nam on 5.36.
China was in eighth place with a grade of 5.44, followed by Thailand with a score of 5.49, the Philippines with 5.74, India with 6.24 and Indonesia with a score of 6.79.
However, PERC said some of the biggest risks for investors in China, Viet Nam and India were pollution and infrastructure deficiencies.
Earlier, RFI quoted economic experts as saying that Viet Nam would have the highest economic growth rate of any country in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in the next few years.
Despite the fact that Viet Nam?s economy still faces difficulties, it is considered a good potential market for foreign investment, said RFI. ? VNS
ich muss mein Posting vom 20.02. korrigieren. Anscheinend ist noch die ganze Woche über die Börse geschlossen. zumindest in Thailand feiert man NeuJahr und die Börse öffent erst wieer am Montag, 26.02. Da ich auch keinerlei Kurse aud Hanoi bekomme wird es wohl hier genauso sein.
nicht bestätigt, am Telephon "wahrscheinlich zu bis Montag", "wie in China", denke das war's für die Woche.
Viel Glück Euch allen
Asia Stock Market Closures for Lunar New Year: Holiday Advisory
By Ian C. Sayson
Feb. 16 (Bloomberg) -- The following list gives details of which Asian stock markets will be shut for Lunar New Year holidays in the week of Feb. 19.
Monday, Feb. 19: China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan.
Tuesday, Feb. 20: China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan.
Wednesday, Feb. 21: China and Taiwan
Thursday, Feb. 22: China and Taiwan
Friday, Feb.23: China and Taiwan
Leading petrol dealer predicts $4 billion in revenue Viet Nam National Petroleum Corporation (Petrolimex) is forecasting revenues of VND64.8 trillion (US$4.05 billion) this year, says the company's Deputy General Director Bui Ngoc Bao.
Vietnam pours funds into Indochina rubber plantations The state-owned Vietnam Rubber Corporation (VRC) will invest US$4 million as the first contribution towards a major project to cultivate 100,000 ha of rubber trees in Cambodia.
Stock market fever takes hold of Vietnam's middle class
* Anyone with spare cash is rushing to buy shares, writes Amy Kazmin * February 22, 2007
A MANAGER at a foreign-run hotel and part-time MBA student, Nguyen Dung, 26, had never owned shares in a company until recently. But last week, impressed by the spectacular rise of Vietnam's stock market, he invested $US650 in an informal pool with 30 of his MBA classmates. The MBA students have agreed to pool information and tips and invest in a murky - and unregulated - informal market for shares in partially privatised state-owned companies. To Dung, what to any astute investor in the developed world would seem a risky bet looks like a sure thing.
"In Vietnam, the stock market is changing day by day," he says. "If anyone has the correct information they can get easy money."
After watching the formal stock market's main index soar by 249 per cent over the last 13 months, Vietnam's emerging middle class is in the throes of stock market mania, and students, civil servants and state enterprise managers with cash to spare are all rushing to buy shares and dreaming of windfall profits.
The recent bull run on the formal exchange, with 107 listed companies, has been propelled partly by foreign investors, eager for exposure to one of Asia's fastest-growing economies.
But for Vietnamese investors there is even greater euphoria in the market for the unlisted shares in hundreds of partially privatised former state enterprises that may, or may not, list on the formal exchange one day.
A recent auction put a $US170 million ($216 million) value on a copper cable company that reported $US1.1 million in profits last year.
"It's a frenzy," says Jonathan Pincus, the UN's chief economist in Hanoi. "All the chatter in Hanoi is about people investing in the market. I don't know if anyone knows what these companies are worth, but they are buying the paper."
As tales emerge of local investors buying shares in defunct banks, Vietnamese authorities are fretting that many citizens - rather than getting rich - may be poised to see their savings evaporate. Yet officials are also struggling to cool the speculative fervour without precipitating a market collapse.
"The Government is obviously concerned that the stock market prices are increasing continuously and many observers are of the view that it is fairly much overvalued," said Il Houng Lee, the International Monetary Fund's resident representative in Hanoi. "This could lead to problems later on if there is a rapid adjustment in the prices, given that there are many local investors involved."
Rules on bank lending for stock market purchases have tightened. Officials are also considering whether to impose a rule for foreign investors to keep their capital in Vietnam for one year.
Until recently, Vietnamese tended to put what savings they had into more traditional assets such as gold or real estate. But in the past year the number of trading accounts in the Vietnamese stock market has almost quadrupled from 32,000 to about 120,000.
Brokerages are mushrooming, with 56 now licensed, up from 16 early last year. All kinds of companies are trying to get a bite of what they see as a lucrative business, with one state garment maker, Vinatex, recently declaring it would open a stockbroking arm.
Vietnamese companies in an array of sectors appear to be using surplus cash to punt on the market instead of investing in their core activities.
Sriyan Pietersz, head of research at JPMorgan, sees dangers in this. "Apart from the fact that earnings could be volatile, you run the risk of underinvesting in your business because management is too busy rooting around on its Bloomberg screen."
Authorities are also struggling to get stock market-obsessed civil servants to focus on their day jobs.
The central bank recently issued an edict prohibiting staff from making stock investments during working hours.
Piaggio plans to open production sites in Brazil, Vietnam Piaggio SpA plans to open production sites in Brazil and Vietnam to reach its production target of 1 mln vehicles by 2010, chairman and CEO Roberto Colaninno said in an interview with the daily Il Sole 24 Ore.