The UPCoM-Index, the measure of 131 unlisted public companies, dipped for a third consecutive day as investors sold shares to minimise risks on concerns over plunges in major bourses.
The index inched down 0.02 point, or 0.05 percent, to end at 37.12. The market volume totalled 412,000 shares valued at VND2.12 billion, compared with 846,000 shares and VND3.92 billion from a day earlier.
Among index members, 11 increased in value, 13 tumbled, and 107 closed unmoved. Up to 97 stocks closed untraded.
VTD was the biggest gainer, climbing 33 percent to finish at VND2,800 on a trade of 200 shares.
HIG was the biggest loser, erasing 9.84 percent to close at VND5,500 on a trade of 100 units.
VSP was the most active on the gauge with 224,000 shares changed hands, which shed 3.45 percent to settle at VND2,800.
Foreigners net bought VND88.66 million worth of Vietnamese shares on this bourse today.