Vietnamese shares curbed their gains on Tuesday as selling increased when the benchmark VN-Index approached the 900-point level.
Vietnamese shares were upbeat on Monday, driven by large-cap companies in the real estate and materials sectors.
Shares struggled to stay positive on Friday with the large-caps experiencing strong volatility but cash flow pouring into industrial real estate stocks still spurred the market’s uptrend.
Agriculture stocks are drawing attention from investors on expectations that the companies will hike exports to overseas markets on lack of supply and new trade agreements.
Share cut early gains on Thursday with the market experiencing strong volatility with big variation in large-caps' prices.
Shares ended lower on Wednesday due to selling pressure pushing large cap stocks down but bottom purchase demand increased towards the end of trading helped narrow market’s decline.
The domestic exchange-traded fund VFMVN Diamond (HoSE: FUEVFVNĐ) on Tuesday issued an additional 300,000 certificates to raise the total amount of certificates to 148.3 million.