savings' interest rates

Vietnam’s money supply forecast to rebound in 2023

Vietnam’s money supply forecast to rebound in 2023

After hitting a record low in 2022, Vietnam’s money supply (M2) will rebound in 2023 and become an important driver for the recovery of the stock market, KB Securities Vietnam (KBSV) forecast.
Deposit interest rates surge to 8.4-8.8 percent per annum

Deposit interest rates surge to 8.4-8.8 percent per annum

In the context of tight credit, capital demand often increases at the end of the year, so the race in the deposit interest rates of commercial banks has been increasingly hot. The highest interest rates on deposit products in the market have reached 8.4 percent per annum. Some banks even have offered the highest 13-month deposit interest rate of up to 8.8 percent per annum, but it is for an extremely large sum of deposits.
Securities expected to prosper in 2022

Securities expected to prosper in 2022

It has become increasingly apparent that individual investors are not fully versed with the knowledge to trade on the stock market, and therefore are prone to facing shocks and risks.
Interest rates gradually decrease

Interest rates gradually decrease

The wave of interest rate cuts has been activated, and it is forecasted that the interest rate level will remain low from now until the end of the year to support businesses and the economy amid the context that the Covid-19 pandemic prolongs as currently.
Banks restrict lending to real estate speculators

Banks restrict lending to real estate speculators

The fact that savings interest rates are at the lowest level in history has made the cash flow shift to other investment channels, including real estate. This is also one of the reasons that cause land fever in many provinces across the country.
Banks report huge profits

Banks report huge profits

Profit reports in the first quarter of this year of commercial banks have revealed the huge profits of lenders. This is also one of the reasons why banking stocks strengthened strongly recently, contributing to supporting the VN-Index to set a new high in history.
Corporate bonds cool down

Corporate bonds cool down

According to statistics from securities companies, in the first months of this year, the corporate bond market shows signs of cooling down compared to before because changes in regulations on corporate bond issuance have been tightened.
Real estate companies issue bonds to mobilize capital. (Photo: SGGP)

Real estate companies issue bonds massively

Reports by securities companies showed that more than VND60 trillion worth of corporate bonds has been issued since the beginning of this year, of which, real estate and construction field was the runner-up in the amount of issued corporate bonds with VND16.23 trillion, accounting for 27 percent.
Stock market waits for Fed’s decision

Stock market waits for Fed’s decision

After the Vietnam’s benchmark VN-Index lost nearly 60 points in August, although there were some positive trading sessions in the first half of September, trading on the Vietnam’s stock market remained muted with bearish sentiment covering the market as investors were cautious of possibility that the US Federal Reserve would raise interest rate.
Investors return to stock market

Investors return to stock market

Both foreign and domestic investors have returned to Vietnamese stock market this year as the economy has showed recovery signs after a downturn beginning 2007, according to Saigon Securities Incorporation.
HCMC enterprises overcome economic problems

HCMC enterprises overcome economic problems

Enterprises in Ho Chi Minh City have proved that by all-out efforts they can overcome their financial problems in the present context of the difficult economic situation in the country.
Dollar transaction market dull in Hanoi, HCMC

Dollar transaction market dull in Hanoi, HCMC

Many foreign exchange centers in Hanoi have ceased transactions in the US dollar currency, while those in Ho Chi Minh City are experiencing a gloomy state, possibly due to fear of state inspections or a fall in the dollar rate.