Investors have sought opportunities in defensive stocks amid rising fears about the US-China trade war, and brokerage firms expect the trend to continue this week.
Vietnamese shares tumbled on Friday as investors lost patience amid rising concerns over the US-China trade war.
Vietnamese shares edged down on Friday morning, dragged by petroleum firms on fears of a US-China trade war.
Vietnamese shares limited losses with investors buying up local assets as uncertainty caused by the US-China trade tensions cast a shadow over global markets.
Vietnamese shares dipped on Thursday morning as selling increased amid worries about the US-China trade war.
Vietnamese shares slid Wednesday, giving up early gains as selling pressure strengthened and pulled the market down for short-term profits.
Vietnamese shares advanced on Wednesday morning as banks and securities firms continued to progress on hopes for good earnings reports.