The Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) raised 3.51 trillion VND (approximately 151.9 million USD) at the latest auction of Government bonds (G-bonds).
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Hanoi (VNA) – The Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) raised 3.51 trillion VND (approximately 151.9 million USD) at the latest auction of Government bonds (G-bonds) issued by the State Treasury.

An amount of 650 billion VND (28.13 million USD) was mobilised from five-year bonds with annual interest rate of 3.45 percent, which was the same as during the previous auction on July 4.

Eight bidders bought 10-year bonds at 2 trillion VND (86.55 million USD) with the average yield rate of 4.43 percent, 0.03 percent higher than the previous auction.

Bonds with 15-year maturity term fetched 860 billion VND (37.22 million USD) with annual interest rate of 4.73 percent, up by 0.03 percent against the previous auction.

There were no successful bids for 7-year, 20-year, and 30-year bonds.

From the outset of the year, the State Treasury collected more than 80.9 trillion VND (3.5 billion USD) through G-bond auctions at the HNX.-VNA