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Hanoi (VNA) – The State Treasury of Vietnam has raised more than 11.7 trillion VND (509.1 million USD) from government bonds (G-bonds) during a recent auction at the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX).

According to the HNX, the auction offered 10 trillion VND worth of G-bonds with 10-year and 15-year maturities.

Specifically, 10-year bonds mobilised 5 trillion VND at an annual interest rate of 5.1 percent, equaling that of the previous auction on December 12.

Two bidders bought 10-year bonds worth 1.5 trillion VND, with a yield rate of 5.1 percent per year at the sub-session sale.

Meanwhile, 15-year bonds were purchased with a total value of 4.7 trillion VND and an interest rate of 5.3 percent, equal to that of the December 12 auction.

As many as 500 billion VND was also raised for 15-year bonds at the sub-session, with a yield rate of 5.3 percent.

Since early this year, the State Treasury of Vietnam has collected nearly 161.5 trillion VND from auctions through the HNX. –VNA