Vietnamese shares increased on Friday morning on the rally of bank stocks.
Vietnamese shares finished Thursday on a negative note as large-cap firms were unable to hold up against mounting selling pressure.
Vietnamese shares fell on Thursday morning as investors looked to earn profits from recent rallies.
Vietnamese shares struggled on Wednesday as investors began cashing out from large-cap firms following recent rallies.
Vietnamese shares gained ground on Wednesday morning, driven by insurance-finance and rubber industries.
Vietnamese shares rose on Tuesday as investors anticipated more positive quarterly earnings reports from large-cap companies.
Vietnamese shares advanced on Tuesday morning, driven by banking-financial companies.
While investors tend to withdraw capital from emerging markets and frontier markets, Viet Nam is still the destination of foreign investors with foreign indirect investment (FII) in the first half of 2019 reaching US$1.28 billion.