Government bonds less attractive
Friday,  Oct 24,2014,15:43 (GMT+7)
HCMC – The State Treasury was unable to sell out VND5 trillion worth of government bonds at an auction on the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) on Wednesday despite higher coupons.
Agricultural firms hard to access bank loans
Tuesday,  Oct 21,2014,16:59 (GMT+7)
HANOI – Agricultural enterprises have voiced a series of difficulties in accessing bank loans as apart from the challenges caused by the economic slowdown, they are facing more weather and market risks than those in other sectors.
City banks’ tax payments decline sharply in Jan-Oct
Monday,  Oct 20,2014,17:44 (GMT+7)
HCMC – The HCMC government has projected its budget collections between January and October to rise by 17% year-on-year to VND213 trillion but tax payments by banks and real estate companies are forecast to tumble in the period.
Stronger credit growth seen in Q4
Friday,  Oct 17,2014,09:27 (GMT+7)
HCMC – ANZ Bank in a recent macro-economic report projected that credit growth in the banking system in Vietnam would accelerate in the last quarter of this year.
Domestic gold prices surge
Friday,  Oct 17,2014,09:26 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Gold prices on the domestic market soared on October 16 in line with higher prices of the yellow metal on global markets.
G-bond sales forecast to hit new highs
Thursday,  Oct 16,2014,17:19 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Government bond sales by the State Treasury would reach new highs this year thanks to strong market demand.
Corporate borrowers still shun bank loans
Wednesday,  Oct 15,2014,18:21 (GMT+7)
HCMC - Local enterprises have still shied away from bank loans although lending rates have dropped to new lows over the past years.
Central bank will not revise up exchange rate
Tuesday,  Oct 7,2014,16:36 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Given the exchange rate increase in the past days triggered by rumors about the possibility of the central bank adjusting the price of the Vietnam dong, deputy governor Nguyen Thi Hong said the bank would keep the rate steady in the coming time.
Vietnam dong depreciates against greenback
Friday,  Oct 3,2014,16:07 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Vietnam dong continued to slightly fall against the U.S. dollar on October 2 after staying firm for a long time.
Dollar price barely rises despite high demand
Thursday,  Oct 2,2014,23:33 (GMT+7)
HCMC – Ample dollar liquidity at banks helps keep the greenback from surging although now is the time for high forex demand as traders boost imports and settle their bills with foreign suppliers.
SBV governor puts bad debt at VND500 trillion
Tuesday,  Sep 30,2014,17:21 (GMT+7)
HANOI – Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) Nguyen Van Binh, speaking at a question-and-answer session of the National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee in Hanoi on September 29, put bad debt in the banking system at VND500 trillion.
Governor: Foreign reserves rise to record high
Tuesday,  Sep 30,2014,17:18 (GMT+7)
HANOI – Vietnam’s foreign reserves have exceeded US$35 billion, the highest level ever in the country, central bank governor Nguyen Van Binh said in a report sent to the National Assembly Standing Committee before a question-and-answer session on September 29.
Government bonds to be transacted online
Saturday,  Sep 27,2014,00:08 (GMT+7)
HCMC – The Internet site for online transactions of Government bonds will be put into use soon, marking a big change on the Vietnamese bond market.
Vietnam bond market fastest growing in East Asia
Thursday,  Sep 25,2014,22:14 (GMT+7)
HANOI - The Government bond market in Vietnam has obtained an average annual growth rate of 23% in the past five years, the most rapid expansion in emerging East Asia and the ASEAN+3 regions, said the State Securities Commission (SSC).
Inter-bank rates poised to drop further
Tuesday,  Sep 23,2014,19:11 (GMT+7)
HCMC - The overnight rate on the inter-bank market fell to 1.48% per annum last Friday compared to 1.76% per annum a week ago while offers have been swelling up, signaling further rate falls in near future.
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