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VOF Vinacapital Vietnam Opportunity Fund Ld

505.00
3.00 (0.60%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vinacapital Vietnam Opportunity Fund Ld LSE:VOF London Ordinary Share GG00BYXVT888 ORD $0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.00 0.60% 505.00 502.00 504.00 503.00 497.00 500.00 176,142 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Real Estate Investment Trust -10.43M -15.02M -0.0982 -51.12 767.51M
Vinacapital Vietnam Opportunity Fund Ld is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trust sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VOF. The last closing price for Vinacapital Vietnam Oppo... was 502p. Over the last year, Vinacapital Vietnam Oppo... shares have traded in a share price range of 426.00p to 503.00p.

Vinacapital Vietnam Oppo... currently has 152,890,240 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Vinacapital Vietnam Oppo... is £767.51 million. Vinacapital Vietnam Oppo... has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -51.12.

Vinacapital Vietnam Oppo... Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/6/2024
07:16
NAV 625p so 20% discount, even after recent rises. The market is up again nearing the close today,(looks like previous resistance has backtested and held?), so discount still looking just over 20% as the shares (continue to ?) rise through 500p.
aleman
21/6/2024
04:39
Clearly foreign investors are uneasy with the situation and continue to sell.
Shaker45 I only have a small holding now having sold out the majority of my shares in VOF and VEIL earlier this year due to the corruption scandals. I am afraid if Trump gets elected there will be no choice but to try and work with him in the hope that the most powerful country in the World will come to its senses in 4 years time at the next election.
I am inclined to dump the rest of my Vietnam holdings on ethical aswell as finacial reasons now.
Donald you may be content to turn a blind eye and ignore the threat to the Western Democracies from Putin but I think that's a big mistake.

amt
20/6/2024
21:50
I've got no problem with the Vietnamese concept of bamboo democracy where you try to maintain positive relations with everyone. They have sent aid to Ukraine but the country has been close to Russia since the Soviet helped in their war effort. They are acting in their own interests and want to be a partner to all and a servant to none. That seems a very sensible approach to me.
donald pond
20/6/2024
21:24
Really that is nonsense. Usa Courts are still considering Trumps claim to dictator like powers to be beyond prosecution for even assassination and certainly for Jan 6 insurrection.
if you think a Putin fleeting visit to Vietnam, makes it uninvestabke, then divest. Try Switzerland with the purest form of democracy: a coalition and quarterly referenda on major issues
But to hold up countries run by liars like Trump and Bojo as models of democracy?? Get real.

shaker45
20/6/2024
19:01
I can't see India rolling out the red carpet to Putin especially since Modi has lost significant power due to DEMOCRATIC elections. Its a far from perfect World. If we can't bring manufacturing back home then India is the least worse choice.
Shaker45 Its very dangerous to take democracy for granted. Its not perfect but infinitely better than living under Dictatorship.
A further point is that we have to deal with leaders we don't like or agree with from time to time, thinking of Trump in particular. However we know their leaders have limitations on what they can do, Dictators do not have limitations. After 4 or 5 years Democratic leaders are most likely replaced and certainly will be replaced if they follow extreme policies. Unfortunately we are stuck with Putin and his influence in Vietnam and N Korea is alarming.

amt
20/6/2024
14:04
Amt: are you serious?? You think uk is a democracy? You vote for a party every 5 years based on their manifesto which you know they will fail to deliver?? Come on man. You surely don't imagine that India is a democracy. A communist country entertaining a Putin visit doesn't make it a bad place to invest. Liz truss wasnt elected and neither was Sunak.democracy??!
shaker45
20/6/2024
13:33
Putin is there purely for propaganda purposes and its sickening that Vietnam Dictators are prepared to indulge him. Its reminded me that we need to take non democratic countries with caution and steer clear when it comes to investment.
The Western democracies really need to move manufacturing to democratic countries. I see India is now favoured so perhaps companies will take the current situation on board when deciding where to invest in the future. This visit is a huge mistake for Vietnam.

amt
20/6/2024
12:17
I can't find a figure for Russian investment in Vietnam except that has been described as negligible. Top 3 investing countries are Singapore, Japan and Hong Kong, which accounted for over 40% last year but there has been a big surge in US investment this year after Biden's visit. Apparently Putin is there to possibly help develop Vietnamese off-shore energy resources since its rapid growth is going to rapidly exceed existing energy capabilities.
aleman
20/6/2024
10:48
Yes, I'm not comfortable investing in Vietnam if they're happy to help supply Putler.
31337 c0d3r
20/6/2024
08:53
Putin visiting Vietnam is not going to inspire confidence. Recent months have dented my confidence in Vietnam as a place to invest. A year ago I thought it was a no brainer and couldn't understand the relatively modest valuations. I shall only retain a small holding here and feel queasy about that.
amt
18/6/2024
07:41
Looks like property in HCMC is picking up now. That had been the lagging region.



Rising prices are kickstarting new property developments across Vietnam. VOF's property bias should benefit from that in due course. Meanwhile, NAV is holding up very well to recent profit-taking, at 620p, with the market up again today so far, but VOF shares are not keeping up. The discount has expanded to over 21%.

aleman
14/6/2024
07:56
Discount has jumped to almost 22% as NAV has jumped to 624p. Hanoi index of small and midcaps rose over 1% as main VN index barely moved - though the latter is trying to squeak a new 2-year high out this morning.
aleman
12/6/2024
12:53
Hanoi small and mid-cap index has broken through resistance to a new 9-month high.
aleman
12/6/2024
09:53
Market rose 1% in last hour to close +1.2%.

Property booming again? Up 5% in a month in places.



Concurring with this, real estate company Dat Xanh Services (DXS) said the absorption rate for new supply in the housing segment was 57-62% in the first five months of this year, much higher than in the same period last year.

Prices have also gone up. Townhouse and villa prices in HCMC and Hanoi rose by 3-5% between April and May, while apartment prices in Da Nang and its surrounding areas increased by 4-6%, according to DXS.

aleman
12/6/2024
08:27
Discount was back over 20% first thing and the VN index could set a new 26-month high if it holds to the close.
aleman
10/6/2024
14:36
608p NAV is highest for a long time. We must be benefitting from VOF's "unlisted" holdings, which are actually traded like AIM. The unlisted index is up around 15% in the last 4 weeks in almost a straight line. Plus the main VN index closed up slightly today to finally set a new 25-month high.
aleman
06/6/2024
21:50
It is very sad. Though this sounds mercenary good on the company for having a succession plan. This is one of the events they exist for.
hpcg
06/6/2024
19:51
Very sad to read that. Puts things in perspective for sure.
donald pond
06/6/2024
18:53
Yes, indeed - very unexpected - such a young age. Sympathies to anyone related, staff and colleagues, and anyone else that knew him

Citywire's lead item

spangle93
06/6/2024
15:12
Wow. Some from the company, or maybe even relatives, might look in here, possibly. Sympathies to them if so.
aleman
06/6/2024
09:15
UPCOM "unlisted" index up yet again. It's been going up quickly in a straight line for 6 weeks and is hitting repeated 2-year highs. The Main VN index of large caps was slapped down again in last hour. It's the 4th consecutive day it's been trying to close above resistance only to get knocked back in the last hour. The Hanoi index of small and midcaps is behaving similarly to the main VN index - stuck at resistance rather than bouncing off it or progressing. The local price of gold fell again.
aleman
05/6/2024
08:22
Up again. New 2-year high for "unlisted" index and main index will be, too, if it holds for an hour. The local gold premium is now just under 10% from 23% a few weeks back. Bursting the gold bubble helping stocks?

Edit - main index knocked back in last 45 mins to close marginally up, so still no "breakout" even though it's clearly been trying for a few days.

aleman
04/6/2024
17:20
Has anybody any insight into why share buy-backs have restarted after 2 months off? Is it likely to be because the recent rising share price made it difficult to meet the parameters set?

VinaCapital Vietnam Opportunity Fund Limited (LSE: VOF) commences share repurchases on December 7, 2023, under the program mandated by the shareholders in the Annual General Meeting held on December 6, 202. As per the mandate, the company is authorized to repurchase up to 14.99% of its issued share capital. The minimum price which may be paid for an ordinary share is $0.01 and the maximum price which may be paid will not exceed the higher of 105% above the average of the middle market quotations for the five consecutive dealing days ending on the dealing day immediately preceding the date on which the purchase is made and the higher of the price quoted for the last independent trade and the highest current independent bid.

aleman
04/6/2024
07:28
NAV made it over £6 at last, yesterday, plus the main index is flirting with a new 21-month high just before the close. (0.1% off.) Can it do it after about 2 weeks of trying?

The UPCOM Index of smaller "unlisted" stocks is hitting repeated 2-year highs. VOF own a few of these.

aleman
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