Shares rallied on Friday morning thanks to the strong support of the banking sector.
Trading liquidity on the derivatives market has fallen for the past five sessions after the new trading fees came into effect on February 15 (last Friday).
The VN-Index gained for a fourth straight session on Thursday thanks to large buying power focused on certain large-caps.
Shares climbed on Thursday morning thanks to strong performances by oil stocks as global oil prices rise.
Eight large-cap stocks may be included in the Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE) Emerging Markets Index if Viet Nam gets upgraded from a frontier to an emerging market in 2020, according to Bao Viet Securities Company (BVSC).
Shares extended gains on Wednesday, though the market saw wide divergence among stock groups.
Shares extended gains on Wednesday morning thanks to increasing buying demand during the trading session.
Viet Nam’s benchmark VN-Index advanced on Tuesday thanks to strong growth of large-cap stocks such as Vingroup (VIC) and its property arm Vinhomes (VHM).
The VN-Index managed a modest rally on Tuesday morning, lifted by individual large-caps even as selling pressures continued to increase, limiting gains.