Vietnamese shares rebounded on Wednesday morning thanks to textile and seafood stocks.
Vietnam plans to launch new rules that make it easier for foreign-invested enterprises to list on domestic stock markets, amid necessity to draw in international capital.
Vietnamese markets fell on Tuesday due to low liquidity as the market remained short on cash flow.
Vietnamese shares failed to extend gains on Tuesday morning as the market remained short on cash flow.
Vietnamese stock markets were quiet on Monday with low liquidity and only modest movement.
Covered warrants will be listed and traded on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange from June 28, Pham Hong Son, vice chairman of the State Securities Commission of Viet Nam, announced at a meeting in HCM City on Monday.
The Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM) has grown over the last 10 years and become more transparent, attracting increased interest from investors.
Vietnamese markets had a good start on Monday morning but cash flow was still weak making liquidity low.