While corporate earnings reporting no longer has an impact on overall market sentiment, all eyes will be on new developments of the second wave of coronavirus in Việt Nam.
The benchmark VN-Index on the Hồ Chí Minh Stock Exchange rose 0.17 per cent to end at 841.46 points, extending its rally for a fifth day with total growth of nearly 5.40 per cent.
Producers and distributors of essential goods are striving to ensure sufficient supply amid the return of COVID-19.
Despite the COVID-19 resurgence, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) still attracted hundreds of billions of đồng in the second half of July.
Vietnamese shares posted the second biggest gain in the last month following the Government’s intention to block the spread of coronavirus across the country.
Vietnamese stock markets ended lower on Friday as a continued rise in coronavirus cases dashed hopes of a swift recovery from the pandemic-hit economic downturn.
Retailers have prepared goods to ensure adequate supply in all circumstances and have continued measures to safeguard the health of customers and staff amid new cases of COVID-19 that have occurred via community transmission.