The State Treasury issued five-year bonds valued at VND500 billion, ten-year bonds and 15-year bonds each worth VND1 trillion and 20-year bonds worth VND500 billion.
The five-year bonds mobilized VND500 billion with an interest of 3.3 percent per annum. The ten-year bonds raised VND854 billion with an annual interest rate of 4.2 percent. The 15-year bonds were purchased for a total value of VND1 trillion with a yield rate of 4.5 percent per annum. The 20-year bonds were bought at VND500 billion with an interest rate of 5.06 percent per annum. All winning interest rates of all terms declined by 0.09 percent to 0.25 percent per annum compared to the previous auction.
Since the beginning of this year, the Vietnam State Treasury has mobilized more than VND145.09 trillion via government bond auctions at the Hanoi Stock Exchange.
On the same day, the Vietnam’s stock market extended its winning streak to a sixth trading session as banking and gas and oil shares both rallied and spread rising trend to the market.
Particularly, among banking shares, VCB rocketed 4 percent; BID strengthened 2.9 percent; MBB enhanced 1.6 percent; and VPB gained 1.3 percent. Meanwhile, of the gas and oil stocks, PVD hit the ceiling price; VPS soared 2.86 percent; and GAS added up 2.14 percent.
At the same time, blue-chip stocks, including BVH, MSN, REE, VJC, VHM and MWG also climbed strongly, helping the VN-Index to jump by nearly 10 points to near 1,000 points. Foreign investors net bought more than VND70 billion.
Ending the trading session, the VN-Index advanced 9.71 points, or 0.99 percent, to close at 994.38 points. In Hanoi, the HNX-Index inched up 0.03 points, or 0.03 percent, to finish at 103.01 points. Market liquidity significantly improved compared to the previous trading session. Total trading volume on both trading floors reached 233 million shares, worth VND5.5 trillion.