Commercial banks quietly raising interests rates after Tet Holiday

Commercial banks quietly raising interests rates after Tet Holiday

Many commercial banks raised interest rates due to liquidity issues, the high demand for capital, and the competition among Vietnam-based commercial banks.
Cultivating key economic solutions

Cultivating key economic solutions

On January 4, 2012, Vietnam’s government released Resolution 01/NQ-CP, on seven key solutions for 2012.
Oil to get liquidity machine moving

Oil to get liquidity machine moving

A strong hand is getting to grips with the banking system’s liquidity problems.
NFSC warned against quick fix

NFSC warned against quick fix

Vietnam’s National Financial Supervisory Commission claims the central bank should fight liquidity issues by pumping money into the banking system.
Central bank intensifies efforts to stabilise interest rates

Central bank intensifies efforts to stabilise interest rates

The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) is aware of rising flout of the capped deposit interest rate and more drastic measures will be applied in the first quarter of 2012.
Investors to move with times

Investors to move with times

In November Vietnam’s stock market witnessed low liquidity with stock prices plunging to lows not seen in several years and some stocks were not worth a cup of tea.
September to provide anticipated answers

September to provide anticipated answers

Thus, Vietnam’s stock market seems ready for a big trend reversal
Attacking inflation key to a recovery

Attacking inflation key to a recovery

There is both positive and negative news for the equity market in May, although none of it is predicted to be significant.
While yet before corner is turned

While yet before corner is turned

The equity market, by both performance and liquidity, was heavily impacted by the macroeconomic factors in 2011’s first quarter.
Short-term pain from long-term policies

Short-term pain from long-term policies

In November, the State Bank announced a series of policy adjustments to regulate inflation, plus monetary and gold markets.