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How will the list of ETFs change during the Q2 restructuring period?

Thursday 21, 05 2020
According to forecasts of SSI Research, VHM will be a share that both FTSE Vietnam ETF and VNM ETF will increase significantly in this restructuring period
How will the list of ETFs change during the Q2 restructuring period?

In addition, FTSE Vietnam ETF may significantly increase the proportion of VCB, while VNM ETF may buy many HPG, MSN.

On June 5, FTSE Vietnam Index - the basic index of FTSE Vietnam ETF will publish the periodic structure list of quarter 2/2020. One week later, on the morning of June 13, it will be the MVIS Vietnam Index - the base index of Vaneck Vectors Vietnam ETF (VNM ETF) which will announce the second quarter structure list.

Both FTSE Vietnam ETF and VNM ETF will complete the restructuring 1 week later, on June 19. Based on the closing data on May 15, SSI Research thinks that both indexes will not change in Vietnam's stock portfolio in this restructuring phase.

According to forecasts of SSI Research, VHM will be a share that both FTSE Vietnam ETF and VNM ETF will increase significantly in this restructuring period. In addition, FTSE Vietnam ETF may significantly increase the proportion of VCB, while VNM ETF may buy many HPG, MSN.

Below are the SSI Research's forecast lists of the FTSE Vietnam ETF and VNM ETF funds:

SSI Research's forecast lists

SSI Research's forecast lists 2

Source: https://cafef.vn/danh-muc-cac-quy-etfs-se-thay-doi-ra-sao-trong-ky-co-cau-quy-2-20200520152449103.chn

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