Post and Telecommunication Investment and Construction JSC (PTC) will be put on warning from September 7 as the firm has continued violating information disclosure regulations.
Le Thi Thu Giang, head of the Board of Supervisors of CNG Vietnam Joint Stock Company (CNG), registered to sell 27,910 shares from September 19 to October 19 for personal financial need. After the share sale, Giang will cut her holdings to 40,005 shares from 67,915 units currently.
Gia Lai Electricity JSC whose CEO is Tan Xuan Hien, BOD member of Tay Nguyen Electricity Investment JSC (TIC), bought 146,490 shares out of 1,280,910 shares registered to buy from August 14 to September 14, raising holdings to 14,178,964 shares or 57.5 percent stake from 14,032,474 shares or 56.91 percent stake earlier. From September 19 to October 19, the company registered to buy 1,134,420 shares to raise holdings to 15,313,384 shares or 62.11 percent stake.
Le Van Nghia, head of the Board of Supervisors of Materials - Petroleum Joint Stock Company (COM), bought 10 shares out of 100 shares registered to buy from August 1 to 31 due to unmatched prices, raising his holdings to 10 shares.
Tran Thi Thu Huong, wife of Nguyen Trong Cuong, BOS member of Hoang Huy Investment Services Joint Stock Company (HHS), sold 510 shares out of 1,100 shares registered to sell from August 1 to 31 due to unmatched orders. After the share sale, Huong now holds 590 shares.
Nguyen Viet Phuong, vice director of HUD1 Investment and Construction Joint Stock Company (HU1), bought 9,000 shares from September 7 to 12 . After the share purchase, Phuong raised his holdings in the firm to 30,113 shares from 21,113 shares earlier.
Phan Quang Binh, BOD member of Ha Do JSC (HDG), failed to sell 29,646 shares from July 19 to August 19 for his personal affairs, keeping his ownership at 729,646 shares.
An Giang Tourism Joint Stock Company was no longer a shareholder of Anvifish Joint Stock Company (AVF) after selling all its 1,016,100 shares from August 6 to 17 this year.
Nguyen Thi Dam, sister of Nguyen Thi Da, investor relation officer of Camimex or Ca Mau Frozen Seafood Processing Import Export Corp (CMX), failed to sell all her 10,700 shares or 0.08 percent stake as registered from August 15 to September 15.
SSI Vision Fund, a major shareholder of Saigon General Service Corporation (SVC), cut its holdings in the firm to 1,405,060 shares or 5.63 percent stake after selling 279,470 units from May 26 to September 12.
Vietnam Securities Investment Fund (VFMVF1) reported that its net asset value fell 0.47 percent to VND14,782 per unit on September 13 from VND14,852 per unit on September 6.
Vietnam Blue-chips Fund (VFMVF4) reported that its net asset value decreased 0.84 percent to VND6,256 per unit on September 13 from VND6,309 per unit on September 6.
ACB Growth Investment Fund (ASIAGF) reported that its net asset value climbed 0.15 percent to VND11,726 per unit on September 13 from VND11,708 per unit on September 6.
Vietnam Active Fund (VFMVFA) reported that its net asset value fell 0.13 percent to VND6,902 per unit on September 13 from VND6,911 per unit on September 6.
Prudential Balanced Fund (PRUBF1) reported that its net asset value decreased 0.33 percent to VND9,000 per unit on September 13 from VND9,030 per unit on September 6.
Manulife Progressive Fund (MAFPF1) reported that its net asset value declined 0.46 percent to VND6,503 per unit on September 13 from VND6,533 per unit on September 6.