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.
Shares declined further on Monday amid rising local investors’ profit-taking, but foreign investors took the chance to increase their holdings.
To become a shareholder in a company or to invest in the securities market, investors can access the two main markets – the primary and secondary markets.
Shares failed to maintain growth on Monday morning as investors sought profits in large-cap stocks.
Bao Viet Securities Co (BVSC) has launched a new electronic trading platform to improve the quality of services for investors.
Vietnamese shares were steady on Friday with retail, material and brokerage sectors at the centre of attention.
Shares continued trading above the 1,000-point landmark on Friday’s morning but their growth was restrained by downside movements of many large caps.
Viet Nam’s benchmark VN-Index closed above 1,000 points for the first time in a year as banks’ growth helped offset the increase of selling pressure.
The benchmark VN-Index fell short of reaching 1,000 points on Wednesday afternoon as some large-cap stocks were pulled back by profit-taking pressure.