Many trade centres, supermarkets and traditional markets in HCM City reopened on Wednesday, the second day of the Lunar New Year.
Vietnamese shares extended gains for a second session thanks to sole efforts of some large-cap companies and declining oil prices.
Worries over global economic growth and tensions pushed Việt Nam’s benchmark VN-Index down for a second day.
Vietnamese shares extended gains for a second day, despite investors’ concerns about the upcoming US central bank meeting this weekend.
Vietnamese shares rose for a second day on both local markets on Thursday, driven by bank stocks on expectations that a new draft circular would help local banks operate more efficiently.
The VN Index on the HCM Stock Exchange advanced for a second day yesterday, driven by stocks in the property and construction sectors.
The VN Index on the HCM Stock Exchange extended losses for a second session yesterday as large-cap stocks remained negative on investors’ profit-earning.
Shares rose slightly for a second day on the two national exchanges yesterday, driven by energy and rubber stocks which have benefited from sharp price rises in the global markets.