Vietnamese shares soared on Wednesday after government officials made statements to reassure investors amid the rising number of coronavirus infection cases.
Trading on the Vietnamese securities market was essential and would not be disrupted under any circumstances during the fight against COVID-19, the State Securities Commission (SSC) said on Tuesday.
Vietnamese shares repealed on Tuesday as investors reacted defensively to the Government's nationwide social distancing decision to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vietnamese shares rebounded on Tuesday morning, led by large-cap firms after their stocks had suffered prolonged selling.
The dual pressures from COVID-19 and Decree No.100/2019/ND-CP will cost manufacturers 30-70 per cent of their profit targets this year.