Shares failed to maintain growth on Monday morning as investors sought profits in large-cap stocks.
Bao Viet Securities Co (BVSC) has launched a new electronic trading platform to improve the quality of services for investors.
Vietnamese shares were steady on Friday with retail, material and brokerage sectors at the centre of attention.
Shares continued trading above the 1,000-point landmark on Friday’s morning but their growth was restrained by downside movements of many large caps.
Viet Nam’s benchmark VN-Index closed above 1,000 points for the first time in a year as banks’ growth helped offset the increase of selling pressure.
The benchmark VN-Index fell short of reaching 1,000 points on Wednesday afternoon as some large-cap stocks were pulled back by profit-taking pressure.
Shares failed to maintain growth on Thursday morning as investors locked in profits in large-cap stocks.
The rally continued on the Vietnamese stock market as purchasing power increased in the afternoon session to offset market-wide selling pressure.
Viet Nam’s benchmark VN-Index was lifted above the 1,000-point level on Wednesday morning, driven by “Vin” stocks.
Vietnamese shares edged down on Tuesday morning as investors began realising their profits after the market’s recent rallies.