Vietnamese shares bounced back on Wednesday thanks to the upbeat global mood as massive stimulus efforts injected optimism amid the rapid spread of COVID-19.
Vietnamese shares retreated on Thursday as foreign investors maintained net-selling amid concerns over the coronavirus-hit global economy.
Vietnamese shares struggled to stay positive on Wednesday despite the prolonged foreign capital outflow amid worries about the coronavirus pandemic.
Shares suffered a steep fall on Thursday as investor pessimism mounted after the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared COVID-19 as a pandemic.
Vietnamese shares plunged on Wednesday with VN-Index recorded as the worst daily performing index index in Asia during the session.