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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  6.00 0.85% 713.00 115,372 16:35:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
712.00 714.00 712.00 696.00 696.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments -86.29 -39.21 1,547
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:06:40 O 95 713.036 GBX

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Vietnam Enterprise Inves... Daily Update: Vietnam Enterprise Investments Limited is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VEIL. The last closing price for Vietnam Enterprise Inves... was 707p.
Vietnam Enterprise Investments Limited has a 4 week average price of 662p and a 12 week average price of 589p.
The 1 year high share price is 712p while the 1 year low share price is currently 388.50p.
There are currently 216,935,108 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 217,710 shares. The market capitalisation of Vietnam Enterprise Investments Limited is £1,546,747,320.04.
yogi: Good write up on VEIL at attached - been holding since September so pretty happy with progress and story so far...
chester: Nice move today. jonwig - What are the main differences between VOF and VEIL ?
hydrogen economy: Still no interest here, despite plenty of capital gain. NAV has risen strongly, discount has increased to 11% compared with VOF at ~7%. I expect market will narrow that gap. Plenty of positives for the Vn market, discussed at length on VOF board and generally also apply to VEIL. Timing on vaccine will be important, especially for Foreign tourism but VN doing as well as any in managing the situation and quickly containing occasional outbreaks (usually due to illegal cross border travel or quarantine breaches). Happy to be holding here, despite being apparently self-isolated.
hydrogen economy: Seems theres not much interest here, maybe this will help Vietnam Banks were being talked up today on CNBC by JP Morgan, preferred to any other banks in region due to strong clean-up of banks, strong profitability and Vietnam's early emergence from COVID lockdown. (That's not something I would have expected to hear a few years back!). Foreign ownership still holds back valuations but expect this to be relaxed leading to re-rate. VEIL have 4 Banks in the top 10 holdings and 25.7% of total holding. VOF Only Eximbank in top 10. Encouraging to see the COVID relaxation being flagged as a positive for the economy on CNBC.
lord mandelbaum: Looks like it.. I had a nice run from 435 and sold at 480 when the Vietnam stock market looked like it was having a breather, will try to buy in again as VEIL is clearly one for the long term, good luck all
hydrogen economy: CNBC doing a series of specials in Vietnam this week, focusing on supply chain shifting there from China, looking at the industries affected etc. All sounds very positive about prospects for the country and may well encourage more investors to Vn stocks which will be good for VEIL and VOF which have been pretty static of late, not working yet today, both well down!.
andyj: The difficulty is always choosing the right companies at the right time and price that will benefit from the undoubted growth prospects of the country. Vinamilk, down 30%, was always a strange choice to me. As the Vietnamese grow wealthier it is more likely they will buy the more expensive foreign imports that they could not previously afford. Khang Dien House was a reliable investment as the construction here shows no sign of slowing. They and we are fairly reliant on the potential of an MSCI inclusion for a rerating here after a disappointing twelve months and a divergence from the global equity bounce since January. I continue to hold, for the moment, but I will be analysing their stock picks with greater scrutiny.
interceptor2: I also took advantage yesterday with initial position, the fall should give a good risk/reward entry price with strong support at 390p only 10% lower.
hydrogen economy: Unclear why APG sold, and more specifically why they did it in one hit in a way which guaranteed value realized would be well down on prevailing market price. As you note, this does not affect NAV which was at 522p last night, so put discount at 20%. have topped up as I can't see that being the case for very long. dyor
hydrogen economy: Well this livened things up, not in a good way, knocking 8%+ off the SP! PRESS RELEASE 07 March 2019 Accelerated bookbuild offering of approx. 37 million existing shares in Vietnam Enterprise Investments Ltd Further to the announcement released on 6 March 2019, Jefferies International Limited ("Jefferies") announces that funds managed and advised by APG Asset Management NV (the "APG Funds") have sold 37,028,177 existing ordinary shares in Vietnam Enterprise Investments Ltd ("VEIL"), representing 16.9% of VEIL's issued share capital, to institutional investors pursuant to an accelerated bookbuild process at a price of 415.5p per share (the "Transaction"). Jefferies acted as sole global coordinator and bookrunner on the Transaction. Proceeds from the Transaction are payable in cash and closing of the Transaction will occur on a T+3 basis on 12 March 2019. Following the closing of the Transaction, the APG Funds will no longer own shares in VEIL. VEIL will not receive any proceeds from the Transaction.
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