Vietnamese shares were lifted on Wednesday thanks to gains from blue-chips and industrial real estate stocks.
Shares bounced back on Tuesday after Monday’s slump, driven by good news about the coronavirus vaccine as well as stock prices falling to an attractive threshold that attracted investors.
The VN-Index ended lower on Thursday, ending a four-session winning streak as the market struggled amid anxious sentiment about the prolonged US election.
Shares expanded growth on Wednesday thanks to the flourishing of heavy-weighted stocks, amid global anxiety as the world awaited definitive results from the US presidential election.
The Vietnamese stock market closed higher on Tuesday with the VN-Index posting slimmer gains on the eve of the US presidential election, as investors braced for market turbulence this week.