Shares extended their losses on Tuesday morning amid weakness of large-cap stocks and low liquidity.
Shares failed to maintain their rally on Monday with the market experiencing strong volatility with big variation in large-caps’ prices.
Shares gained slightly on Monday morning fueled by the growth of blue-chips in banking and securities sectors.
As companies are about to release their second-quarter earnings reports, mixed performances will continue across sectors and keep the market struggling in the coming week.
The water supply and drainage sector is drawing investment thanks to its high profit margins and good growth potential.
Liquidity on the Ha Noi Stock Exchange (HNX) grew steadily in the first six months of 2020 as foreign investors returned from May, despite a decline in newly listed companies due to economic uncertainty.
Vietnamese shares closed the week on a negative note after a five-day rally as profit-taking hurt large-caps.
Shares declined on Friday morning on the two national stock exchanges, dragged by a slump of blue chips.