Banks struggle to lure long-term capital Business

Banks struggle to lure long-term capital

Banks have to mobilise long-term capital at high costs by issuing certificates of deposit (CD) in Vietnamese dong with high interest rates to lure depositors, causing concerns about a domino effect on lending rates.
Bank liquidity abundant after Tet Business

Bank liquidity abundant after Tet

Liquidity of the banking system has been plentiful again after the Lunar New Year (Tet), helping the central bank net withdraw more than 51.55 trillion VND (2.2 billion USD) in the past week.
Interest rate caps not needed: experts Business

Interest rate caps not needed: experts

The State Bank of Vietnam should consider developing a roadmap to remove regulations on credit growth limits and interest rate caps as it isn’t suitable due to the country’s achievements in stabilising the nation’s economy, according to experts.
Vietnam credit growth rises Business

Vietnam credit growth rises

Credit growth by February 20 rose 0.39 percent while capital mobilisation increased 0.34 percent against December last year, a government report released early this week said.