HCMC – Seedcom JSC, the owner of the popular coffee shop chain The Coffee House, has completed the buyback of bonds in the lot SEECH2123001 before maturity, with a total value of VND200 billion.
The bond buyback was conducted on January 3 this year, Seedcom said in an announcement sent to the Hanoi Stock Exchange, the local media reported.
Seedcom issued this bond lot on December 31, 2021 with a par value of VND100 million. The bonds will fall due on December 31 this year.
As of June last year, Seedcom’s total assets had reached VND1.5 trillion, almost unchanged against the beginning of the year. Besides, its total debt fell 17% year-on-year at VND1.22 trillion. Its stockpile was valued at VND106 billion, up 6% compared to the start of the year.
Regarding securities news, the benchmark VN-Index of the Hochiminh Stock Exchange today, February 17, inched up 1.02 points, or 0.1% versus the previous session at 1,059.31, with 173 advancers and 221 decliners.
Trade on the southern bourse contracted 2.25% in volume and nearly 9% in value over the session earlier at 465 million shares and more than VND7.6 trillion. Shares traded in block deals contributed VND807 billion to the overall value.
Bank stocks rose slightly. Heavyweight VCB improved a mere 0.6%, while BID reversed course to end 1.8% higher. EIB, LPB, STB, and VIB stole the limelight among bank stocks as these four increased over 3% each.
Among real estate stocks, NVL remained the most actively traded stock of the HCMC market with more than 23 million shares changing hands.
Meanwhile, some steel stocks lost steam right after staging an impressive performance yesterday. HSG and HPG both reversed course to end in negative territory.
The HNX-Index on the Hanoi bourse shed 0.89 points, or 0.42% compared to yesterday at 209.95, with 66 stocks rising and 88 others dipping.