Fund management companies will get further restructured in 2020, according to vice chairman of the State Securities Commission Phạm Hồng Sơn.
Shares moved in opposite directions on the two national stock exchanges on Monday, with low liquidity demonstrating investor caution ahead of the New Year holiday.
Vietnamese shares dipped on Tuesday as foreign capital was withdrawn on worries about geopolitical instability in the region.
The VN-Index managed to keep its head above the 1,000-point level on Wednesday despite selling pressure that pushed it below the benchmark during trading.
Shares declined further on Thursday with VN-Index breaking last year’s bottom of 880.85 points as a series of blue-chip stocks were hit hard, partly due to the affect of falling global market.
Domestic losses slackened off on Thursday although global markets was strongly affected by the outcome of the US Federal Reserve (Fed)’s meeting on Wednesday.
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.