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Nearly VND29.5 trillion raised via G-bond sales in June

By Thanh Tin

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HCMC – The Vietnam State Treasury (VST) raised nearly VND29.5 trillion through 18 G-bond auction sessions on the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) last month.

The VST invited bids for G-bonds with terms of five, 10, 15, 20, and 30 years.

Throughout June, the coupons for 10-year bonds rose steadily but decreased in the final session of the month. Meanwhile, the coupons for 15-year bonds dropped by 0.02 percentage point in the latest session compared to the previous session.

The successful bidding sessions in late June saw respective coupons for five, 10, 15, and 30-year bonds at 1.85%, 2.74%, 2.86%, and 3.1%.

From January to June 2024, the VST mobilized VND156.5 trillion through G-bond sales, achieving over 39% of the annual plan and nearly 64% of the Q2/2024 plan.

On the secondary market, the listed value of G-bonds as of June 30 topped nearly VND2.1 quadrillion, up by 1.1% compared to the previous month. G-bond transactions in June had a total value of VND285.4 trillion.

The average transaction value per session reached nearly VND14.3 trillion, up by 38% compared to May. Outright transactions accounted for over 67%, while repo transactions amounted to 33% of the total market transaction value.

In June, foreign investors accounted for 2.23% of the total market transaction value, with a net purchase value of VND454 billion.

In the first six months of the year, the total transaction value of G-bonds in the secondary market reached VND1.28 quadrillion, averaging VND10.7 trillion per session, an increase of over 64% compared to 2023.

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