Vietnamese shares ended Friday morning in negative territory as investors looked for profits in the sectors that had seen increases.
Vietnamese shares extended gains for a fourth day on Thursday on the wings of realty and consumer staple firms, despite rising selling pressure.
Vietnamese markets showed mixed results on Thursday morning amidst large gaps in share prices.
The Cambodian Securities Exchange (CSX) on Wednesday organised a seminar to reveal the trading strategy of eight winners of a stock trading competition. The winners received a high return on their investments during the competition.
Vietnamese shares extended their growth for a third straight day as focus switched to the petroleum sector following sharp increases in oil prices.
Vietnamese shares edged up on Wednesday morning amid rising profit-taking pressure after having rallied in the previous trading days.
Vietnamese shares rose strongly on Tuesday to extend gains for a second session as investor sentiment remained positive on 2019’s corporate performances.
Viet Nam’s stock market had become a launch pad for the business community, supporting the equitisation of State-owned enterprises and helping create a more balanced and efficient structure in Viet Nam’s financial market, said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
The HCM City chairman has hailed the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange for contributing to the steady development of the country’s stock market and the city’s financial market and to the equitisation of State-owned enterprises in the city.
Domestic stock trade seesawed before it made a sharp recovery yesterday, February 11, following the long Lunar New Year holiday, with the VN-Index of the Hochiminh Stock Exchange beating the strong resistance level of 925 points.