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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.

US$4 billion worth of G-bonds raised in five months

US$4 billion worth of G-bonds raised in five months

VOV.VN - The State Treasury of Vietnam raised a total of nearly VND94 trillion (US$4.04 billion) via government bond auctions held at the Hanoi Stock Exchange during the first five months of this year.

Over VND11.7 trillion worth of G-bonds raised

Over VND11.7 trillion worth of G-bonds raised

The State Treasury of Vietnam has raised more than VND11.7 trillion (US$509.1 million) from government bonds (G-bonds) during a recent auction at the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX).

VND7.23 trillion collected from G-bond auction

VND7.23 trillion collected from G-bond auction

The State Treasury of Vietnam raised VND7.23 trillion (US$310.9 million) from government bonds (G-bonds) in an auction on December 12 at the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX).

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).

State budget collection hits VND1.1 quadrillion in 10 months

State budget collection hits VND1.1 quadrillion in 10 months

The Finance Ministry reported on November 12 that total State budget collection was estimated at VND1.12 quadrillion in the January-October period, equivalent to 84.9% of the yearly estimates, and up 15.1% from the same time of 2017.

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.