Shares corrected in the last trading session of the week with many heavy-weight stocks losing ground due to strong profit-taking pressure.
Shares rebounded on Tuesday as large-cap stocks extended their gains in the afternoon session thanks to strong buying forces.
Shares ended lower on Monday due to the sharp fall of large-caps and mid-caps in some major sectors, pressuring the overall market.
Market analysts forecast that the VN-Index is unlikely to see a new drop in the short term as the demand for stocks remains significant.
Shares finished the week on a negative note as the market was pressure by many large-cap stocks in the oil and gas group dropping strongly.
Vietnamese shares dropped on Thursday as large-cap stocks were hit by strong selling pressure, especially during the ATC session.
Shares bounced back on the Hồ Chí Minh Stock Exchange on Wednesday, but liquidity declined, showing investor caution about speculative factors after a month of increasing.
Shares retreated on the Hồ Chí Minh Stock Exchange on Tuesday as selling pressure increased strongly towards the end of the session.