Vietnamese shares recouped part of the week’s losses on Friday as the current massive sell-off across the stock market triggered investors to scoop up stocks at bargain prices.
Vietnamese shares declined on Thursday as investors showed little confidence amid the current volatility of the global markets and the sharp fall in crude prices.
Vietnamese shares underwent another strong decline on Tuesday as investor sentiment remained negative following the selloff that had spread across global markets.
Vietnamese shares plummeted yesterday as investor confidence was dampened by worries over the increasing pace of the US central bank’s interest rate hike this year.
Vietnamese shares advanced further yesterday as investor sentiment was cushioned by recent strong recovery of the market and hopes for better corporate performances in 2018.
Vietnamese shares bounced back on Thursday after Wednesday’s sharp fall sent stocks down to attractive prices, thus triggering investors to bottom-fish.
Vietnamese shares plummeted yesterday as investors realised short-term profits. Worries remained that the adjusted policy on margin lending could take effect early next month.
Vietnamese shares advanced on Monday as large-cap firms were boosted by positive investor confidence that was looking for opportunities in the earnings season.
Việt Nam’s benchmark VN Index increased for a fourth straight session on investor confidence in both the corporate sector and the country’s overall economy in the fourth quarter.
Vietnamese shares advanced on strong investor interest in large-cap stocks but declining liquidity signaled further volatility during the last week of the year.