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VN central bank pumps VND360,000 billion into market

Over VND360,000 billion earlier withdrawn by the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), the central bank, through its issues of Treasury bills has been injected into the banking system.

Debt collection taking on new hue

Vietnam faces increasing complexities in consumer lending, with escalating concerns over illegal lending practices, challenges in debt recovery, and a call for stronger legal frameworks to manage non-performing loans and safeguard consumer rights.

Central bank ceases bill issue amid increasing interbank interest rates

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has ceased bill issue after nearly two months of using the channel to withdraw cash out of the banking system.

SBV withdraws VND230 trillion, dollar price under pressure

Analysts say that the dong/dollar exchange rate is still ‘volatile’ despite the central bank’s recent strong intervention. However, the State Bank (SBV) has efficient tools to maintain the exchange rate and interest rate stability.

Monetary policy governance requires thorough consideration: official

As of the end of September, the economy recorded over 12.7 quadrillion VND (517.5 billion USD) in credit, up 6.92% from the end of 2022.

Vietnamese enterprises are resilient, but slow to grow

Vietnam’s businesses are viewed as resilient combatants who can adapt to difficult circumstances and struggle hard to survive. But they also need support.

Central bank withdraws money from circulation, investors still optimistic

While investors are excited about bright economic prospects, stock prices have suddenly dropped amid continued dollar price increases and the central bank’s move of withdrawing money from circulation.

VND90 trillion withdrawn from banking system

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has withdrawn nearly VND90 trillion from the banking system through six consecutive rounds of Treasury bill auctions.

VN central bank boosts anti-money laundering regulations

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has issued a circular guiding certain provisions of the Law on Money Laundering Prevention and Control.

Vietnam to fuel economic growth with more interest rate cuts

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has issued a directive aimed at fostering economic growth by further reducing interest rates and revising up the credit growth limit.

Economists: interest rates need to be cut

Experts believe that high inflation will not be a problem now or in the immediate future. The problem now is enterprises’ need for capital.

Pumping money into the economy: solutions

VietNamNet spoke with Pham Xuan Hoe, a respected economist, about money supply and the urgent solutions needed to ensure the liquidity of the economy.

Lacking capital, businesses seek loans from individuals, not banks

Instead of accessing bank loans, many enterprises lacking working capital have decided to borrow capital from their bosses or other individuals. The advantages of the deals are the simple procedures.

Big money moving in market

After the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) brought down its policy interest rates for the third time in late May, liquidity in the stock market started to vastly improve.

Vietnam dropped from US currency monitoring list

The United States has moved to drop Vietnam from its the monitoring list for currency manipulation as the Southeast Asian nation exceeded the threshold for the criterion of surplus of trade in goods and services with the US.

SBV Governor: early intervention to prevent massive withdrawals

The draft law on credit institutions (amended) stipulates early intervention measures in some cases to help prevent banks from falling into insolvency and massive money withdrawals, which occurred with SCB Bank recently.

VN central bank reassures interest rates will slide further

Deputy Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) Pham Thanh Ha has said that interest rates will continue to decrease to help enterprises and the national economy recover.

What does MPI say about the US debt default possibility?

In a report to National Assembly Deputies, the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) replied to the opinion requesting to prepare for the scenario of the US declaring debt default.

The monetary policy and liquidity of the economy

Enterprises want to have a flexible effective monetary policy and to see their demand for capital satisfied. Ensuring liquidity is one of the most important duties of the policy.

Liquidity needs to be ensured: Central bank

The Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) sent important messages about monetary policies at a meeting with businesses held by SBV and HCM City People’s Committee late last week.