Việt Nam's stock market settled higher on Tuesday as stocks in all sectors recovered from recent losses thanks to a strong injection of cash flow.
Shares bounced back strongly in the afternoon session, driven by increasing demand at the support price levels.
The market reversed course in Thursday afternoon's trade as investors' risk appetite returned to bank and material stocks.
Shares fell on Wednesday as strong selling pressure hampered the growth of banking stocks.
Vietnamese shares plunged on Monday as panic selling flooded the market, following surging COVID-19 cases, reinforcing fears of further economic pain from restrictions induced by the virus.
The market ended lower yesterday as selling pressure still dominated some attractive stocks in banking, real estate and material sectors.