Vietnamese shares trimmed losses in late trade on Friday as strong buying force returned to market, helping revive investor appetite after a strain of sell-off earlier the day.
Vietnamese stocks struggled in volatile markets on Thursday with sentiment hit by increasing COVID-19 cases nationwide with VN-Index failing to maintain its uptrend.
Shares ended higher on Wednesday with the VN-Index extending its rally on banking stocks.
Việt Nam's stock market edged lower on Monday as pillar stocks in many sectors faced strong selling pressure.
Shares are forecast to rebound this week on the positive Q1 earning results and stable cash flow, analysts said.
Even though economic growth is expected to strongly recover this year as the pandemic has been contained, companies in many sectors have still lowered their profit targets.