National markets fell back on June 9 as most large-cap shares declined on heavy sell-offs.

On the Hochiminh Stock Exchange (HOSE), the VN-Index lost 0.92 percent to finish at 574.47 points.

Declining stocks outnumbered advancers by 160 to 65.

Market liquidity was lower than the previous day, with 162 million shares traded worth 2.56 trillion VND (118.5 million USD).

None of the ten largest shares in terms of capitalisation and liquidity rose, and among the 30 largest shares on the market, only eight improved.

FLC remained the most active code with more than 15 million shares traded, but its market value fell by 2.15 percent to 9,100 VND.

On the Hanoi Stock Exchange, the HNX-Index was down 0.91 percent to end at 87.05 points, with 139 decliners and 76 gainers.

About 81.7 million shares were traded, worth 993 billion VND (46 million USD), a decrease of 12 percent from the previous day.

SCR was the most active code with more than 8.3 million shares being traded. Its market value dropped 4.82 percent to 7,900 VND.

The Hanoi Investment General Corporation (SHN) was the only bright spot, rising to its ceiling price at 19,000 VND with 2.1 million shares traded.

Foreign investors on HOSE reduced their net selling value to 49.7 billion VND (2.3 million USD) and their net buying value on HNX to 14 billion VND (650,000 USD).-VNA