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Will banks have to cut lending rates?

In the context that liquidity has become abundant again and credit growth turns sour because of demand heading south in the latest pandemic resurgence,...

Gov’t develops 12 solutions for economic restoration

HANOI – The Government on September 9 issued Resolution 105 on providing support for enterprises, cooperatives and household businesses, with 12 solutions needed to...

Credit risk provision and backup profit

As bad debt is now a looming threat in some cases, the provisioning for potential losses due to credit risks has become the focus...

Stock market 2021: Positives and risks

The stock market ended 2020 with diverse notes, from the selloff in Q1 which sent the VN-Index down to 660 points, the lowest in...

Why it’s tough for lending rates to go lower

This year, commercial banks have so far revised down many times their deposit and lending rates. However, lending rates are thought to be high....

Cash finds its (alternative) way to stock market

Margin rates offered by securities companies have been steadily lower since the beginning of the year. They have even declined faster than the rates...

The longer, the tougher

Restructuring and reviving ailing banks requires large capital, but investors can opt for other forms of cooperation or investment to tap into the finance...

The last quarter’s momentum

If the Covid-19 pandemic will continue to be well put under control as it is now, Vietnam’s GDP growth in the fourth quarter is...

A strange move initiated by the central bank

On August 6, the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) issued decisions No. 1349 and 1351 on cutting interest rates applicable to compulsory reserve deposited...

Vietnam cuts interest rates again, further easing likely: Oxford Economics

HCMC – The State Bank of Vietnam cut its main policy rate by 50 basis points to 4.5% earlier this week, and further rate...

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