Update: 10:04 | 01/02/2019
About 5.95 trillion VND (256.47 million USD) was mobilized for the State Treasury of Vietnam from the auction of Government bonds at the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) this week.
G-bonds worth a total of 4.5 trillion VND were offered, including 1 trillion VND of five-year bonds, 3 trillion VND of 10-year bonds and 500 billion VND of 20-year bonds.
Almost 6 trillion VND is raised from the auction of Government bonds at the Hanoi Stock Exchange this week.
The auction of five-year bonds successfully raised 1 trillion VND with an annual interest rate of 3.8 percent, down 0.02 percent from the previous auction on January 16.
The State Treasury also raised 3 trillion VND from bonds with 10-year maturity with an annual interest rate of 4.8 percent, down 0.04 percent from the previous auction.
Another 1.5 trillion VND worth of 10-year bonds with the same rate was mobilized in an auxiliary auction.
Meanwhile, 448.5 billion VND were mobilized for the State Treasury through the auction of 20-year bonds. These bonds’ annual rate of 5.59 percent fell 0.01 percent from the last auction.
Since the beginning of 2019, the State Treasury has raised over 36.34 trillion VND through G-bond auctions at the Hanoi Stock Exchange.