VN-Index dropped on Tuesday due to the strong selling pressure hitting large-caps during the trading session.
With the financial year drawing to a close, banks are busy selling mortgaged properties to resolve bad debts, recovering capital.
Bilateral trade between Việt Nam and African economies has made significant growth in the past decade, however, there is still room for improvement.
The central bank’s new policy aims to reduce risk, tighten control and to channel capital into priority sectors and small-to-medium-sized enterprises, according to the SBV.
Only four of the top 30 shares by market value and liquidity on the southern exchange advanced while 25 declined.