Vietnamese shares gained slowly on Friday morning but investors were still cautious over the possibility of a market sharp fall.
Vietnamese shares retreated on Thursday as investors were still cautious about the market's short-term outlook amid a lack of supportive information.
Vietnamese shares grew modestly on Thursday morning as worries about the market volatility still existed among investors.
The VN-Index of the Hochiminh Stock Exchange added over 12 points on the afternoon of December 4 to close at the intraday high, backed by the sharp rise of bank stocks.
Shares managed to gain on Wednesday morning but the market witnessed strong fluctuation in share prices.
Vietnamese shares fell for a second day as investors remained concerned about the frailty of the market following Monday's collapse.
Vietnamese shares rebounded on Tuesday morning, pulled up by strong buying demand at the end of the early session.
Vietnamese shares tumbled on Monday under heavy selling pressure that hit banking, technology and other key sectors.
Vietnamese securities companies are looking to raise capital to supplement business activities and enhance operational efficiency.
Vietnamese shares slid on Monday morning, pulled down by large-cap companies.