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|The pricing in dollars is a problem - dollar strength undermines the asset value. Were it not for that, this stock would be pretty attractive at present.|
|Rising nav here - needs a firmer chart
|Am thinking of doing so|
|5 years and no posts ... any holders?|
|What a busy board!|
|Visibility at last- now amongst the top-% risers of the day.|
|Assuming that the NAV has tracked the u/l since the last published NAV of April-end, this is now trading at a big discount of 35%+ to NAV.
& the graph looks very positive.|
Surprised the pump and dump brigade haven't spotted this one yet.
|Sp now at a discount of 20% to the NAV. Surely this is too large a discount, and is a discount even warranted at all?|
|Well, NAV on 31 August announced at US$ 2.133. And present mid price is $1.865.
So still a reasonably large discount. Let's see which way world markets go from here to see if discount is warranted ....|
|grippa .... time will tell.... but presently the answer would seem to be 'Yes'.|
|VNH is less than 50% invested and is at a discount of roughly 16% to NAV...is this overdone?|
|Thanks for the explanation Don.|
|huntie2.... Hi...well even with todays fall in VN Index it didn't return to sub-900 again. So taking into account latest NAV announcement, together with VNH not being fully invested and still holding some cash, then would say present share price is at a discount. But your guess is as good as mine as to which way market will go short / medium term given present volatility.
p@.... think you'll find price quoted is US$ not GBpence.... so close today the mid-price was US$1.9. Some brokers will accept limit orders priced in GBP but not all brokers will let you buy VNH as it's a Euroclear stock. Also be aware that some brokers will deal but wack an extra admin charge on to the deal (as well as currency exchange rate 'spread' if you've only got a GBP account )...|
|Now why would a director buy at $2.1 when they are 1.9p here,this doesn't add up.
Vietnam Holding Limited (the "Company") wishes to announce that on 11 June 2007
a director of the Company, Min-Hwa Hu Kupfer, and an associate, jointly acquired
10,000 ordinary shares of $1.00 each (the "Ordinary Shares") at a price of $2.10
|hallo don muang, not been here for some time now....might well look to buy back in at whatever point the market looks to have turned!|
|The London Stock Exchange plans to move into China to exploit demand among the country's small companies to list on Aim, the LSE's loosely regulated junior market.....
.... This is not the LSE's first move into South-East Asia. It has recently been in talks with Vietnamese stock exchanges in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, looking for an agreement to enable London to compete for listings of the country's biggest government owned companies.
|Vietnam car sales up 79 percent in first half - auto association
HANOI (Thomson Financial) - Auto sales in Vietnam rose 79 percent
year-on-year in the first half, the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers'
Association (VAMA) said Monday.
VAMA said between January and June, vehicles sold rose to 28,524 compared
with 15,906 in the first six months of 2006.
The number of four-wheel drives and multi purpose vehicles (MPV) sold jumped
270 percent to 9,314 units.
In June alone, car sales were up 62 percent year-on-year at 6,038, the
Vietnam's economy is estimated to have grown 7.87 percent in the first half
of this year, the biggest increase since the same period of 2001.|
|Vodafone Opens Vietnam Office in Search of Growth (Update1)
2007-07-09 05:13 (New York)
(Adds plan in third paragraph, shares in last paragraph.)
By Alex Armitage
July 9 (Bloomberg) -- Vodafone Group Plc, the world's
largest mobile-phone company, opened an office in the Vietnam
capital of Hanoi last month as it seeks opportunities ahead of
the possible sale of government-owned wireless operators.
``We set up an office in Hanoi last month to monitor the
situation,'' Ben Padovan, a spokesman for Newbury, England-based
Vodafone, said today. Vietnam has ``growth'' opportunities in the
Under Chief Executive Officer Arun Sarin, Vodafone has
focused on acquisitions and partnerships in emerging markets. The
company completed its purchase of a controlling stake in India's
Hutchison Essar Ltd. in May for $10.7 billion. Growth in western
Europe has slowed as most people there now have mobile phones.
``Ahead of the anticipated equitization of local GSM mobile
network operators, Vodafone has opened a representative office in
Vietnam to learn more about the market,'' said Padovan, repeating
comments made by Warren Finegold, Vodafone's head of global
business development, when the company opened the office.
``There's no timetable or official process,'' Padovan said.
``This is early days.''
In April 2006, Sarin reorganized Vodafone into three units
covering Europe, emerging markets and new technology.
Shares of Vodafone rose 2.2 pence, or 1.4 percent, to 165.7
pence at 9:53 a.m. in London. The shares had risen 37 percent in
the past 12 months before today.|
|don't have to talk about premiums now .... !!
at close of business on 31 May 2007, its unaudited nav per share was US$ 2.276
07/06/2007 Quote : 2.07 -0.01 (-0.48%)|
|OK.... thanks noted.....|
|Subscription deadline is the 15th June with trading to start on 29th June.|
|yep, saw in one of the Vietnamese newspapers mention of the new infrastructure fund being set-up by Vina.... could be interesting .... any idea when it'll be listed...?|
|Good idea. I know you are not in VOF or VNL anymore, but Vinacapital are raising another fund...an infrastructure fund to be called VIL...one to keep an eye on. I had a meeting with one of the managers of this new fund the other day and the picture could not be more bullish on Vietnam for the medium/longterm. So the bottom draw should be adequately compensated!!
VNH should be due a rise sometime soon...or is everyone already bored with Vietnam?|