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23-Apr-2019 Intellasia | The Saigon Times | 6:38 AM Print This Post

Ha Do Group JSC (HDG) plans to issue VND1.5 trillion worth of convertible bonds in a private placement in the second quarter of this year. The three-year bond will have a face value of VND1 billion each and carry a coupon of 6 percent per year. The notes will be converted into shares at VND55,000 per share. HDG wants to use the proceeds to invest in its projects and the renewable energy field.

HCM City Phu Tai JSC (PTB) said its consolidated net profit in the first quarter of 2019 rose 13 percent from a year earlier to roughly VND85 billion. Its consolidated revenue rose 25 percent year-on-year to over VND1.22 trillion in the quarter. PTB targets a consolidated pre-tax profit of VND149 billion on consolidated revenue of VND1.32 trillion in the second quarter of this year, up 29 percent and 36 percent year-on-year, respectively.

HCM City FPT Corporation (FPT) announced it will pay the remaining 2018 cash dividend of VND1,000 per share. The record date is May 20 and the payment date is expected to be June 7. The company will also issue bonus shares at a ratio of 10:1 in June 2019.

HCM City VietJet Aviation JSC (VJC) has chosen April 24 as the record date for the second phase of the 2019 dividend payment in cash at a payout ratio of 10 percent par value, equivalent to VND1,000 per share. The payment will be made on May 10.

HCM City Toan Viet Investment JSC, a major shareholder and an organisation related to Chair of Transimex Corporation (TMS) Bui Tuan Ngoc, purchased more than 307,000 TMS shares via order-matching and put-through transactions between March 15 and April 12. Upon the transactions, Toan Viet raised its stake in TMS to over 6.26 million shares, or 13.19%.

HANOI Nguyen Dang Quang, the husband of Nguyen Thi Ngoc Bich, deputy general director of Hang Xanh Motors Service JSC (HAX), offloaded his entire shares totalling more than 155,000 units, or 0.44 percent via the put through trade from April 1 to 12.


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