Vietnamese stock markets ended Wednesday on a positive note, largely led by gains in financial shares and heavy-weight stocks.
Shares rose on Tuesday as stocks across all sectors witnessed strong buying forces.
The General Department of Taxation (GDT) has announced the list of top 1,000 corporate income taxpayers (V1000) in Việt Nam in 2020.
Despite uncertainty over coronavirus variants, the Vietnamese stock market is expected to inch higher next year and hit 1,700 - 1,760 points.
Most securities companies forecast that the short-term downtrend of the market is returning and that investors should consider keeping reasonable proportion to avoid unexpected risks.
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) this week issued a dispatch, noting that domestic automated teller machine (ATM) cards with magnetic strips will remain valid for normal use after December 31, 2021.
Vietnamese shares plunged on Friday as the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant dampened investor sentiment, triggering worries about hits to a nascent economic recovery.