The State Treasury of Vietnam has raised a total of 96 251 trillion VND via auctions of Government bonds at the Hanoi Stock Exchange HNX since the beginning of this year
At an auction this week, the State Treasury mobilised VND3.95 trillion (US$169.5 million) from five-year and seven-year bonds worth VND500 billion (US$21.4 million) each and 10-year bonds and 15-year bonds worth VND2 trillion (US$85.8 million) each.
The interest rate of bonds still increased slightly.
Specifically, bonds with 10-year maturity raised VND1.55 trillion (US$66.5 million) with an annual interest rate of 4.53%, up 0.03% from the previous auction on August 1.
Sub-session auction of 10-year bonds drew VND600 billion (US$25.75 million) with the yearly interest rate of 4.53%.
Those with 15-year term attracted VND1.2 trillion (US$51.5 million) with an annual interest rate of 4.81%, up 0.03% in comparison with the rate of the previous auction on July 25, 2018.
As many as VND600 million was mobilised from 15-year bonds at the sub-session auction with an interest rate of 4.81% per year.
No bonds of five-year and seven-year terms were sold.