VinaCapital has partnered with Visa, the world’s leader in digital payments, and the Central Committee of Vietnam Students’ Association (CCVSA) to provide financial management skills to young people across the country.
Vietnam’s real estate market remains reasonably robust, particularly in the residential and industrial sectors, despite COVID-19. Michael Kokalari, VinaCapital’s Chief Economist, provides his analysis of why that’s the case and where the market might be headed in the medium and longer terms.
Over the past week the emergence of community infection in Vietnam has been dominating domestic, and now international headlines. Vietnam’s effective measures to manage COVID-19 at the start of the outbreak in January enabled the country to record a remarkable 100-day stretch of no community transmission and zero deaths. The current resurgence will certainly be keenly followed, particularly as to how the local authorities and community responds to this outbreak.
VinaCapital today launched its VN100 exchange traded fund on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange under the ticker “FUEVN100”. The ETF aims to replicate the performance of HOSE’s VN100 Index, which consists of the exchange’s largest and most liquid stocks.