Shares rose for the first time this week on Friday, driven by the recovery of heavyweight stocks, but liquidity hit a four-month low amid investor caution.
Shares rebounded on Friday morning after a three-day decline thanks to the recovery of major large caps.
Shares declined further on Thursday amid rising investor caution, but foreign investors took the chance to increase their holdings.
Shares continued to slide with low liquidity on the two national exchanges on Thursday morning.
On the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE), the VN-Index fell 0.52 per cent to close Wednesday at 972.10 points.
Vietnamese shares rebounded on Wednesday morning thanks to the strong performances of some individual blue chips.
Shares tumbled on Tuesday on the two national stock exchanges, dragged down by underperforming large caps, especially Vingroup and its subsidiaries.