ACLEDA announces a strong third-quarter performance for profit and asset growth.
The Cambodia Securities Exchange fell back to lower trading volumes yesterday registering half of Monday’s trading volume.
A draft law to allow gov’t bonds to be listed for the first time on the CSX.
The bilateral trade volume of Cambodia with neighbouring Vietnam continued to decrease.
Cambodia Securities Exchange:The index closed at 745.98 points on Friday rising only 0.18 percent.
Commodities: Cambodia’s retail gasoline price has gradually increased since record lows three months ago.
CSX to continue normal operations during Khmer New Year Holidays.
More banking institutions to be joining the securities market.
LOLC Cambodia increases its loan portfolio by 28 percent in 2019.
The capital mobilised at the CSX since it was launched so far reaches $161 million.
Industrial park operator Phnom Penh SEZ releases its financial results for the second quarter of the year.
The Cambodia Securities Exchange has extended its trading hours in a bid to boost trading volumes.
The capital market regulator approved ABA’s request to issue bonds in the CSX.
The capital raised at the CSX since it was launched in 2012 has surpassed $130 million.
Hattha Kaksekar reports income increase.
Five companies listed on the Cambodia Securities Exchange report sharp increases.
The Cambodia Securities Exchange saw the largest trade volume in its short history with nearly 10 million shares exchanged.
The nascent Cambodia Securities Exchange is set to list between 3 and 4 new companies on its bourse soon this year.
Cambodia Securities Exchange now has a market capitalisation of $543.30 million.
Since its creation in 2012, listed companies have raised more than $120 million at the Cambodia Securities Exchange.
LOLC (Cambodia) Plc., a leading microfinance deposit-taking institution in the Kingdom, plans to raise $20 million by issuing corporate bonds on the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX).
Stock prices for the five companies listed in the local bourse rose significantly in the last year, according to the latest report from the Cambodia Securities Exchange.
The number of foreign nationals investing in the CSX increased significantly last year.
Companies listed in the local bourse are entitled to a 50% deduction in income tax.
State-owned Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority (PPWSA) reported revenue growth of more than 6 percent in 2018.
Acleda Bank’s shareholder, ASA Public Limited company (ASA Plc), is due to become the sixth firm in the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX). The company is planning an IPO that could raise $89.6 million for 25 percent of its stake.
CSX continues to extend gains on the second day of trading in 2019.
The Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) closes 2018 at an all-time high of 480.98 points, rising 40 percent year-on-year.
Shares at the CSX close at the highest in a year on Friday.
The number of retail investors on the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) has more than doubled in 2018 after years of sluggish growth, the stock exchange operator said yesterday.