Shares inched down on Wednesday, weighed by strong selling pressure across most of the sectors despite gains in some large-cap stocks.
The stock market settled higher on Tuesday on gains in large-cap stocks. Meanwhile, foreign investors still escaped from the market.
Shares ended lower on Monday as profit-taking activities weighed on the stock market, while foreign investors net sold more than a trillion VND on two main exchanges.
Securities companies forecast that stock market's uptrend may continue this week but investors should adopt risk management measures during the index's uptrend.
Vietnamese shares extended gains on Friday, setting a new historical high thanks to a strong investment cash flow and foreign investors’ net buying.
Vietnamese shares rebounded on Thursday, bolstered by the growth of blue-chip stocks as investors sought stocks that had been hit hard in the previous session.
After completing all three pillars of Basel II ahead of the deadline, HDBank has moved towards applying Basel III standards to its risk management.
Vietnamese shares ended Wednesday on a negative note after foreign investors extended their net selling streak, further damping investor sentiment.
Vĩnh Hoàn Corporation (VHC) just published its May business results with total revenue rising 35 per cent over the same period last year to VNĐ473 billion (US$20.5 million).