Vietnamese shares ended Friday on a positive note, driven by financial-banking and energy sectors as confidence was boosted by news on State capital divestment from State-owned businesses.
Vietnamese shares struggled on Monday following the decline of the Chinese market while blue chips continued to suffer from strong net foreign selling.
Vietnamese shares bounced back on Thursday after tumbling in the morning session, thanks to active bottom-fishing demand in the closing minutes.
Vietnamese shares ended Thursday on a positive note following the improvement of global markets as trade war fears were soothed by news of potential talks between China and the US.
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.
Vietnamese shares fell in the last minutes of trading on Monday as selling pressure weighed down large-cap companies after they grew strongly in the last two sessions.
Vietnamese shares bounced back on Wednesday after two days of sharp falls sent stocks to attractive prices, thus triggering investors to bottom-fish.
Vietnamese shares finished the last trading session of the week on a mixed note with good growth in the energy sector, but fears of a market correction still causing skittishness.
Vietnamese shares declined for a third straight session on Thursday as market sentiment soured on the volatility of global markets.
Vietnamese shares extended gains for a second session on Monday thanks to the growth of large-caps, but liquidity remained low signaling an unsustainable trend for the market at the moment.