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VEIL Vietnam Enterprise Investments Limited

591.00
-4.00 (-0.67%)
12 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vietnam Enterprise Investments Limited LSE:VEIL London Ordinary Share KYG9361H1092 ORD USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.00 -0.67% 591.00 590.00 591.00 594.00 589.00 594.00 51,133 16:21:11
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Trust,ex Ed,religious,charty 199.84M 160.95M 0.8201 7.21 1.17B
Vietnam Enterprise Investments Limited is listed in the Trust,ex Ed,religious,charty sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VEIL. The last closing price for Vietnam Enterprise Inves... was 595p. Over the last year, Vietnam Enterprise Inves... shares have traded in a share price range of 508.00p to 660.00p.

Vietnam Enterprise Inves... currently has 196,246,435 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Vietnam Enterprise Inves... is £1.17 billion. Vietnam Enterprise Inves... has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 7.21.

Vietnam Enterprise Inves... Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/7/2023
18:22
Astonishing performance today.
dickbush
17/5/2023
06:55
https://www.worldbank.org/en/country/vietnam/overview
dickiehhh
29/3/2023
11:42
Nav is now nearly +15%. A good time to buy for the longer term or VOF both of which I closed a while ago for good wins????
ttg100
17/11/2022
12:42
It can't half shift quickly in either direction.
essentialinvestor
16/11/2022
13:54
Need to be careful with the level of any support. Can often cause more problems later down the line.
essentialinvestor
16/11/2022
11:41
A tremendous turnaround from down 4.2% in the first ten minutes to close up 3.4%. That's a demonstration of what can happen when things get less bad. However, I'm not sure that the catalyst, a statement from the Minister of Finance that he "plans to tighten supervision over capital build-up among public companies and to enhance the stock market's stability and safety." helps the real estate market which has the potential to hurt the banking system if the decline in property values gets out of hand.



I don't think the Vietnamese government quite understands yet how damaging this could get if it continues with its laissez faire approach. It doesn't seem to have learnt the lesson of the 2007/9 melt-down in the West. I hope it doesn't have to learn the hard way, although these Vietnam Funds will become very cheap long term if it doesn't.

dickbush
15/11/2022
14:28
AMT, agree with that. Towards the top of my watch list now.

What Vietnam may be attempting to avoid is the pernicious credit bubble
that has fueled the China property market, amoung others.

May be a better longer term option to let some air out rather than
rushing in with immediate support measures.

essentialinvestor
15/11/2022
09:15
Sounds like they need to start printing money
The market got ahead of itself with a tremendous performance over the last couple of years. Nevertheless the prospects for the economy are very bright and market valuations are very cheap indeed. I will be looking to add once this sudden fall is done with.
It's what happens with the Vietnam stock market every few years but it always bounces back very strongly.
Their problems are much less than in Europe.

amt
14/11/2022
09:10
https://e.vnexpress.net/news/economy/credit-crunch-putting-the-squeeze-on-businesses-government-committee-4535509.html
andyj
24/8/2022
16:16
Vietnam is well positioned in both food and energy. It takes a currency crisis off the table.
hpcg
24/8/2022
12:20
I agree. I am considering adding but not sure the shake-out is over just yet. But vietnam looks better than most countries just now.
shaker44
24/8/2022
11:42
I've bought another lump here, tight spread, discount near lows, buybacks continue. I hold this and VOF but don't think there is anything material to differentiate. I like that there is no dividend here. Apple opening up plant here is just an early part of the trend of de-risking from China, and that will only accelerate. Nice to buy with the froth blown off the top. Still risk of declines but sterling cash faces just as many headwinds.
hpcg
18/8/2022
14:19
trend change here ?
my retirement fund
15/8/2022
22:44
VNH has been c. 10% stronger than VEIL, in the few months I've held both. Need to look at the underlying holdings to explore why.
sf5
15/8/2022
10:51
I have no idea why I got them at almost the bid, but trade #63 of 4,000 shares was my purchase. It is wrongly marked as a sale.

Given £/$ and the market's rise today, the fund must be on a 20% discount.

dickbush
21/7/2022
14:34
Vietnam tipped in this weeks share mag, veil and vof both tipped as good ways in
my retirement fund
18/7/2022
14:56
Made a purchase top up here today
my retirement fund
08/7/2022
13:48
Yes it's not a bad discount either and being asset dollar based helps one sleep easier at night.
my retirement fund
08/7/2022
08:44
Beginning to look interesting?.
essentialinvestor
28/4/2022
00:39
thanks! I'll take a look. much appreciated.
novision
27/4/2022
19:34
I think so. I joined the webinar late but was sent this today. The welcome doesn't say much. For the main presentation YouTube it probably helps to have the slides open:

''Thank you for joining the VEIL Presentation in London. Please find below links to the recordings of the presentations and slides used in the webinar.

If you have any further questions please contact our Marketing and Investor Relations Team who will be happy to assist.

Topic Recording Presentation
Welcome by Sarah Arkle, Director of Vietnam Enterprise Investments Ltd (VEIL.LN)

Presentation by Dominic Scriven, Director of VEIL and Co- Founder of Dragon Capital Group


Q&A

Once again, we thank you for your participation and we look forward to hosting you again in the future.
With best regards,
Marketing/ Investor Relations
Will Ross willross@dragoncapital.com

Rachel Hill rachelhill@dragoncapital.com

Ailsa Cuthbert ailsacuthbert@dragoncapital.com

Kenji Hamada kenjihamada@dragoncapital.com

Steven Mantle stevenmantle@dragoncapital.com

sf5
27/4/2022
17:25
sf5 - thanks for the update - do you know if there is a link to the recording of the webinar? I waited 15 mins but gave up as it was so late starting. Would like to catch the highlights though.
novision
26/4/2022
20:57
Thanks, sf5 and also for the feedback on the webinar.
valhamos
26/4/2022
10:01
It's worrying if tighter regulation causes a double figure percentage drop!
shaker44
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