Bottom purchase demand increased towards the end of Thursday’s trading session while selling pressure lessened, helping narrow the market’s downward trend significantly.
Shares were mixed at closing on Monday, higher on the HCM City Exchange but lower on the northern bourse, experiencing strong volatility with big variation in large-caps’ prices.
The Vietnam National Petroleum Group (Petrolimex) has asked the Government to extend its deadline for selling the State’s capital to the 2019-20 period instead of this year as currently planned.
The massive increase in the number of M&A deals involving foreign investors is putting pressure on Việt Nam’s plastics industry.
The benchmark VN-Index declined for a second day on Wednesday, dropping 0.59 per cent to close trade at 947.64 points.
Shares suffered strong correction on Tuesday on the two stock exchanges after a three-week rally came under heavy profit-taking pressure.