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Update news bond market

The fresh and stringent legislative framework for the corporate bond market is slated to pave the way for a better debt sector in Vietnam, while the interests of issuers and investors could be safeguarded.

Bonds maturity worry real estate businesses

From the end of this year onwards, real estate businesses will face a worrisome period due to cash flow shortages as corporate bonds will begin to mature.

A new move for open market operations

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has recently made a new move regarding open market operations (OMO). Valuable papers are purchased at a competitive interest rate, instead of a fixed rate as before.

Loopholes in corporate bond market

Since 2018 the Government has issued three Decrees to regulate the Corporate Bonds market which has now grown substantially.

Bonds circulating within banks

When several banks announced the issuance of thousands of billion dong to mobilize medium and long-term capital at high interest rates, a rush for buying bonds followed, which turned into a frenzy towards the end of 2021.

International credit rating organisations interested in Vietnamese market

Many international credit rating organisations want to join the Vietnamese market, attendees heard at a seminar in HCM City on Friday.

Finance experts warn of ‘bond bubble’

The year 2020 has seen a ‘bond issuance movement’. Businesses have rushed to issue shares to mobilize capital as loose requirements made it easier than ever to do this.

VN bond market remains underdeveloped despite years of existence

While in developed markets corporate bonds act as the major channel that conducts capital for the economy, in Vietnam they are still in a very early stage of development.

COVID-19-induced uncertainty affects bond markets

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to drag on local currency bond markets in emerging East Asia, including Vietnam, as investment sentiment globally and in the region wane and containment measures limit economic activity.

COVID-19-induced uncertainty continues to drag on emerging East Asian bonds

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to drag on local currency bond markets in emerging East Asia, including Viet Nam, as investment sentiment globally and in the region wane and containment measures limit economic activity.

 

COVID-19, dimmed global outlook weigh on bond market

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and deepening global economic uncertainty are putting great pressure on Viet Nam’s local currency bond...

Which industries will prosper in 2020?

The experts attending the Vietnam Investment Professionals Forum (VIPF) all predicted that the picture of the Vietnamese stock market would be bright in 2020 with the VN Index likely to exceed 1,200 points.

Foreign investors pour big money into VN bonds

While foreign investors continue selling in the share market, they have been buying more than selling in the bond market since early 2019.

Vietnam’s bond market grows 1.9% in Jan-Sep, reaching US$55 billion

This expansion was due mainly to a 4% on-quarter growth in government bonds to US$51 billion as the central bank increased issuance of bills.

Is the corporate bond market too hot?

Since issuing corporate bonds has become easy thanks to open regulations, it is necessary to tighten control over bond issuance.

Investors rush to pour money into bond funds

VietNamNet Bridge - Many banks, fund management companies, insurance and securities companies have been setting up debt funds.

Vietnam wants to scale up its bond market

The current scale of the Vietnamese bond market is only one-third of South Korea’s and one-half of Malaysia’s, while its trading value in the government bond secondary market is equal to Thailand’s, but much lower than South Korea’s and Singapore’s.

Gov’t bonds not selling, sparks concern about gov’t spending

VietNamNet Bridge - The proportion of government bonds sold in the primary market has dropped to a low of 20 percent for the year.

‘Bright spot' bond market doubles in size over 5 years

 The local bond market has grown double in size over the past five years, said Do Ngoc Quynh, secretary of the Viet Nam Bond Market Association (VBMA).

Corporate bonds slumped in 2014

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam corporations issued far fewer bonds in 2014, despite the participation of many big companies.