Vietnamese shares changed little on Tuesday as investors remained cautious amid uncertainty about the market’s short-term prospects.
Shares rose on the two national stock exchanges on Friday morning thanks to high liquidity.
Shares declined on Friday on both national stock exchanges before the National Independence Day Holiday, led by heavyweight stocks.
Shares were volatile on Thursday morning as many large caps plunged, weighing on the two markets.
Shares concluded a winning week on the HCM Stock Exchange with the benchmark VN-Index adding 0.2 per cent to close Friday at 935.57 points.
Shares stepped back from morning trade on the HCM Stock Exchange on Thursday as selling pressure increased in large-cap stocks on fears of a steeper correction.
Shares corrected down on the two exchanges on Wednesday as investors booked short-term profits when the benchmark index set a nine-year new peak.
Shares closed on positive note yesterday as investors speculated on first-quarter earnings results as well as information concerning annual shareholders’ meetings of many listed companies this month.