The Vietnam State Treasury has mobilised nearly 151.180 trillion VND through Government bonds since the beginning of 2017 (Photo: tapchitaichinh.vn)

Hanoi (VNA) - The Vietnam State Treasury successfully mobilised 2.1 trillion (92.5 million USD) through Government bond auctions at the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) on October 11.

The bonds were offered for four tenures: five years valued at 1 trillion VND, and seven years, 10 years and 30 years with 500 billion VND for each term.

The five-year bonds sold at a total value of 1 trillion VND, with a winning yield of 4.52 percent, 0.13 percentage points lower than bonds of the same term sold at the previous auction on October 4.

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Similarly, 500 billion VND worth of seven-year bonds sold at the auction had an interest rate of 4.83 percent per annum, equal to the previous sale on September 13.

The 10-year bonds brought in only 300 billion VND with a winning yield of 5.42 percent, equal to the sale during the October 4 session.

The 30-year bonds did not see a winning volume.

A total of 300 billion VND was raised in the sub-session sales for the five-year and seven-year terms.

From early this year to date, the Vietnam State Treasury has mobilised nearly 151.18 trillion VND (6.65 billion USD) through Government bonds issued on the HNX.-VNA