Over 623 million USD mobilized from Government bonds
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Hanoi (VNA) – The State Treasury mobilise d over 14.4 trillion VND (over 623 million USD) through Government bond auctions on the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) on September 30.
As many as 11 trillion VND worth of G-bonds were offered, including five-year bonds valued at 1 trillion VND, 10-year bonds worth 4 trillion VND, 15-year bonds worth 3 trillion VND, and 20-year and 30-year bonds, each valued at 1.5 trillion VND.
The State Treasury raised 300 billion VND worth of five -year bonds with an annual average yield rate of 135 percent, down 029 percent from the previous auction on September 9.
A total of 4 trillion VND was mobilised from 10-year bonds with an annual interest rate of 275 percent, down 004 percent from the auction on September 23. The sub-auction for the 10-year bonds on the same day raised another 2 trillion VND
Bonds with 15-year maturity raised 3 trillion VND with an annual interest rate of 296 percent, down 004 percent as compared to the September 23 auction. The sub-auction for the 15-year bonds on the same day raised an additional 1.5 trillion VND.
Meanwhile, 1.5 trillion VND was collected via 20-year bonds with a yield rate of 326 percent, down 001 percent from the auction on September 23. . The sub-auction for this kind of bond raised another 750 billion VND.
Over 139 trillion VND was mobilised from 30-year bonds with an annual interest rate of 348 percent.
So far this year, the State Treasury has collected nearly 228.7 trillion VND from G-bond auctions at the HNX ./
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