$1.14B worth of government bonds raised in February

By VNA   March 10, 2024 | 02:46 am PT
$1.14B worth of government bonds raised in February
An employee counts Vietnamese banknotes at a bank in Hanoi. Photo by VnExpress/Giang Huy
The Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) held 12 auctions of government bonds with a total volume of nearly VND28.2 trillion ($1.1 billion) in February.

Interest rates saw an upward trend, reaching 1.42% for 5-year bonds, 2.31% for 10-year bonds, 2.51% for 15-year bonds and 2.65% for 20-year bonds.

According to HNX, the trading value of G-bonds on the secondary market reached VND9,363 billion a session, up 2.91% compared to the previous month due to the week-long Lunar New Year holiday. Of the figures, outright transactions accounted for 58.58%, while the rest was those via repurchase agreement. The proportion of trading value by foreign investors accounted for 1.86% of the total.

Bonds with 10-, 10-15-, and 7-year maturity were traded the most, accounting for 16.92%, 15.15% and 12.66%, respectively.

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