tin tức về exchange rate mới nhất
The level of dollarization of an economy is based on the ratio of foreign currency deposits to total money supply (M2), or total deposits; and the ratio of outstanding foreign currency loans to M2, or total outstanding loans.
After two big purchases of foreign currencies in the first four months of the year and from July until now, Vietnam’s forex reserves reached the highest level, now at $70 billion.
Businesses are optimistic about the prospects of the two largest export markets, the US and China, after the Chinese yuan for the first time fell from the ‘red line’ since 2008 to 6,9225 yuan per dollar.
Most currencies have depreciated against the US dollar but the Vietnam dong value has remained stable.
For every one percent of the yuan depreciation against the dollar, the price of Vietnam’s yarn export to China would lose 3 US cents per kilogram, analysts estimate.
The US Federal Reserve has cut the FED Funds Rate by 0.25 percentage points to 2.5 percent because of the global economic growth slowdown, the trade tensions between the US and other countries, and low inflation rate.
More and more capital has been flowing to Vietnam, having a direct impact on the dong/dollar exchange rate.
A decrease in the US’ imports from China could present a good opportunity for Vietnam to fill in the gap.
International press late last week mentioned the possibility of the US adding Vietnam to the list of the countries it needs to monitor for currency manipulation.
In an effort to encourage exports in the context of the trade war, the Chinese central bank PBOC has set the yuan/US dollar reference exchange rate at 6.8365 yuan per US dollar, the lowest level since January 2019.
The dong/dollar exchange rate has fluctuated sharply in recent days after the US decided to impose tariff of 25 percent on $200 billion worth of imports from China.