Vietnamese shares struggled on Friday on low liquidity and falling large-caps stocks as selling pressure persisted.
Shares narrowed gains towards the end of the trading session on but still managed to post slight gains, witnessing a large divergence among large-caps.
Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính yesterday issued a directive promoting the production, circulation, consumption and export of agricultural products in the context of COVID-19 prevention and control.
Việt Nam's stock market finished lower on Tuesday on strong selling forces from both local and foreign investors.
The Vietnamese Embassy together with the association of Vietnamese enterprises in the Czech Republic earlier this week held a forum on promoting trade and investment between the nations.
With tropical weather and diverse ecosystems, Việt Nam is rich in spices, including many very special and popular flavours such as cinnamon, anise, pepper, cardamom, cashew and chili.
Vietnamese shares gave up initial gains on Monday as investors dumped stocks in the large-cap group, pushing down indices.