Shares rebounded on both national stock exchanges on October 5.

On the HCM Stock Exchange, the VN-Index added 0.95 percent to reach 388.16 points.
Market value climbed 12.4 percent over the previous day's level to 407.36 billion VND (19.3 million USD). The volume of trades reached 27.6 million shares.

The VN30, representing the southern bourse's 30 top shares, gained 0.8 percent to hit 453.20 points thanks to the advance of 22 listed blue chips. Notably, five shares hit their ceiling prices, including Kinh Do Confectionery Co (KDC), PetroVietnam Finance (PVF) and property developers Dic Corp (DIG), Tan Tao (ITA) and Tu Liem Urban Development (NTL).

Meanwhile, none of these 30 stocks declined.

On the Ha Noi Stock Exchange, the HNX-Index also rose 0.3 percent, standing at 54.34 points.
Although the value of trades went up by 33 percent to 146.82 billion VND (6.9 million USD), this was still a very low level.

The HNX30, tracking the exchange's best stocks, finished the day at 100.73 points, a 0.43 percent increase.

Foreign investors - after heavily selling on October 4 - became buyers on both bourses. They saw a particularly high margin of 15.2 billion VND (723,800 USD) on large-caps tracked by the VN30.-VNA