Low sales and a lack of extraordinary income from asset sales have brought listed automobile firms' stocks down and pushed investors to other targets.
The VN-Index on the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange declined for a third straight session on Friday, weighed down by slumping heavyweight shares such as Vinamilk, Vietcombank and BIDV.
Vietnamese shares climbed on Friday morning, driven by the gaining momentum of banking stocks.
Open-end funds in Viet Nam are looking forward to better performances in 2020 as more investors seek assistance from funds’ products and services.
Vietnamese shares ended in negative territory as large-cap stocks continued to suffer from an increase in profit-taking.
The total value of corporate bonds was VND178.7 trillion (US$7.7 billion) in January-October this year, according to SSI Retail Research.
Viet Nam’s benchmark VN-Index advanced on Thursday morning, driven by energy firms on the increase of oil prices.
Listed companies should make corporate news more transparent to boost share prices, according to the Ha Noi Stock Exchange (HNX).
The VN-Index slumped on Wednesday as supply increased in the afternoon trading session, causing blue-chips to lose ground.
Shares were mixed on the two national stock exchanges on Wednesday morning as large-cap stocks were under heavy selling pressure.