HSX trading congestion to be addressed in July Investors are looking forward to the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HSX) adopting new infrastructure in July to resolve congestions and lagging. “The Ministry of Finance (MoF) is implementing drastic solutions to thoroughly handle the technical outages on HSX. The MoF, the State Securities Commission, HSX, and related units have been making great efforts to address this problem," emphasised the minister. The prolonged technical issues and overload have been cause for widespread concern over the past few months and have prompted relevant authorities to implement many urgent solutions such as increasing the board lot size from 10 to 100, stopping the trading of newly-listed shares on HSX, technical improvements from FPT. The latest solution will be the forthcoming adoption of technical infrastructure from the Korea Exchange (KRX). Restrictions to preserve system stability have not gone down altogether too well among investors, who have been criticising securities companies for restricting them from editing and cancelling orders on HSX since June 2. The implementation of KRX infrastructure will take place between June 14 and August 6, with the official launch expected in the third or fourth quarter of this year. In the latest… Read full this story
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