Vietnamese shares could not extend the morning growth at the end of Thursday as increased selling in the last minutes hit large-cap stocks on their rallies.
Shares lost their positive momentum at the end of Friday’s session due to a sudden increase in sell-offs that dragged on large caps.
Vietnamese shares ended on a negative note for the third session in a row on Monday as profit-taking pressure rose in the closing minutes.
Vietnamese shares edged down Monday as profit-taking pressure rose in final minutes bringing stocks down, despite growth in the petroleum sectors.
Việt Nam’s benchmark VN Index ended on a negative note for the second day in a row as profit-taking pressure rose in the last minutes to limit the growth of large-cap companies.
Shares fell slightly on the HCM Stock Exchange on Friday as large-cap stocks lost steam and declined on investors’ late selling.
Việt Nam’s key VN Index erased its early gains on Tuesday as blue-chip stocks suffered from late selling by investors.
Vietnamese shares yesterday ended with mixed results as investors increased selling to take profits from stocks’ gains made in the early session.
Vietnamese shares were mixed for a second day as blue chips fell on late selling and energy stocks rebounded on rising crude prices.
Shares retreated from a five-month high seen in the morning as investors increased selling due to caution ahead of portfolio restructuring of large exchange-traded funds