The UPCoM-Index, the measure of 130 unlisted public companies, surged most in multi-weeks following sharp gains in the official bourses.
The index added 0.41 points, or 1.13 percent, to end at 36.7. This week, the gauge rose 0.6 percent. The market volume totalled 338,000 shares valued at VND1.91 billion, compared with 345,000 shares and VND2.78 billion from a day earlier.
Among index members, 21 increased in value, 6 tumbled, and 103 closed unmoved. Up to 99 stocks closed untraded.
DTV was the biggest gainer, climbing 9.84 percent to finish at VND6,700 on a trade of 100 shares.
In the downswing, SPC was the biggest loser, erasing 9.9 percent to close at VND42,900 on a trade of 200 units.
SPS was the most active on the gauge with 84,000 shares changed hands, which closed up 1.67 percent to VND6,100.
Foreigners traded only SPC and VSP shares today.