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Over 1.1 trillion VND worth of G-bonds raised

Over 1.1 trillion VND worth of G-bonds raised

Over 1.1 trillion VND (47.8 million USD) worth of government bonds has been raised by the State Treasury through a recent auction at the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX).

G-bond issuance meets 73 percent of yearly plan

G-bond issuance meets 73 percent of yearly plan

The State Treasury has mobilised more than 182.4 trillion VND (7.88 billion USD) through Government bond auctions on the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) so far this year, fulfilling 73 percent of the yearly plan.

G-bond issuance meets 70 percent of yearly plan

G-bond issuance meets 70 percent of yearly plan

The State Treasury has mobilised nearly 174.2 trillion VND (around 7.5 billion USD at current exchange rate) through Government bond auctions on the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX), fulfilling 70 percent of the yearly plan.

Interest rates of G-bonds plunge in 10 years

Interest rates of G-bonds plunge in 10 years

Over the past 10 years, the interest rates of successfully-issued Government bonds (G-bonds) have decreased significantly, saving thousands of billions of VND for the State budget, contributing to regulate and stabilise the macroeconomy.

Vietnam among smallest G-bond markets in ASEAN: ADB

Vietnam among smallest G-bond markets in ASEAN: ADB

Among the ASEAN member economies, the smallest government bond markets were those of Vietnam and the Philippines, with each of their local currency government bonds outstanding still below the US$100 billion mark, according to the Asian Development Bank’s latest issue of the quarterly Asia Bond Monitor.

G-bond auction raises VND5.2 trillion

G-bond auction raises VND5.2 trillion

The State Treasury of Vietnam raised VND5.2 trillion (nearly US$223.9 million) from government bonds (G-bonds) in this week’s auction at the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX).

Nearly VND700 billion mobilised from G-bonds

Nearly VND700 billion mobilised from G-bonds

The State Treasury of Vietnam raised nearly VND700 billion (US$29.9 million) from Government bonds (G-bond) in an auction at the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) on October 31.