Shares struggled to maintain last week's upward trend on the two local bourses with a slight gain on Monday, experiencing strong volatility among big differentiation between large-caps’ prices.
HCMC Securities Corporation (HSC) reported VNĐ325 billion in pre-tax profit in the first quarter of this year, a year-on-year increase of 250 per cent.
Though Vietnamese shares bounced back strongly in the last two sessions of last week, analysts and brokerage firms remained skeptical that the stock market had actually overcome a difficult period and begun its consolidation.
Amid narrowing credit sources and rising lending interest rates, property developers have been diversifying their capital mobilisation channels, including calling for foreign investment.
Vietnamese shares remained positive on Friday as investors hunted banking-financial stocks on expectations for good second-quarter earnings reports.
Vietnamese shares ended Thursday on a positive note following the improvement of global markets as trade war fears were soothed by news of potential talks between China and the US.
A large-scale sell-off sank Vietnamese shares on Wednesday after China-US trade tensions increased and dampened investor confidence in the world’s economic prospects.
Việt Nam’s benchmark VN Index ended on a negative note for the second day in a row as profit-taking pressure rose in the last minutes to limit the growth of large-cap companies.
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Vietnamese shares fell in the last minutes of trading on Monday as selling pressure weighed down large-cap companies after they grew strongly in the last two sessions.