Shares rose on Friday morning, mainly driven by the growth of several major blue chips.
Starting on December 5, investors will have to pay a 5 per cent individual income tax if they want to sell bonus and dividend shares in accordance with Decree 126/2020/ND-CP.
The stock market repeated what happened on Wednesday as shares grew more strongly in the afternoon session, led by strong money flows in the steel and property sectors.
A number of blue chips declined on Thursday morning, restraining the growth of the VN-Index which inched up just 0.02 per cent to 1,014.53 points by midday.
Large caps accelerated in Wednesday’s afternoon trade, helping lift the VN-Index which slipped in the morning due to big divergence in key industries.
Shares dropped unexpectedly in Wednesday’s morning session after trading above the reference threshold for most of the trading time.
Shares recovered on Tuesday as market sentiment improved amid increased liquidity and foreign net selling.
Shares retreated on Tuesday morning as cautiousness cast cloud over the market amid profit-taking pressure strong right from the beginning of trading hours.
The Viet Nam Association of Financial Investors (VAFI) objected to increase the minimum trade from 10 shares to 100 shares.
Companies are trying to sell all treasury shares by the end of the year after they have made significant rallies to increase capital and cash holding.