Petroleum and industries such as food and beverage and home appliance advanced on Monday but their growth was not enough to save the stock market from falling.
The Vietnamese stock markets showed positive development in the past week with four strong gaining sessions.
Shares ended Friday up thanks to bottom purchasing increasing toward the end of trading session as selling pressure lessened.
Shares ended Thursday down as investors took stock of sudden slumps on global and Asian markets.
The State Treasury of Việt Nam mobilised VNĐ5.2 trillion (US$222.22 million) through Government bond auctions on the Hà Nội Stock Exchange (HNX) on Wednesday.
The market recorded significant variety in large caps’ prices on Wednesday, causing slight VN-Index losses.
Việt Nam’s benchmark VN-Index enjoyed a second-gaining session on Tuesday thanks to news of some large-cap companies’ dividend payout plans.
The Hà Nội Stock Exchange (HNX) organised five auctions for divestment in November with total transaction value of more than VNĐ9.7 trillion (US$415 million).
Vietnamese shares posted a strong comeback on Monday following last Friday’s slump, thanks to hopes US-China trade tensions will ease.
Investors are struggling to work out where to invest in the HNX30, which tracks the performance of the 30 largest stocks on the Hà Nội Stock Exchange by market capitalisation and trading liquidity.