Vietnam bonds at multi-month low on banks' lower liquidity

April 21, 2015 5:53 AM

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HANOI, April 21 (Reuters) - Vietnamese bond prices hit their lowest in several months as banks, major buyers of debt assets, reported lower liquidity and as the state seeks to keep down its borrowing.

The one-year yield climbed 0.1138 percentage point to its highest since June 2014 at 5.0938 percent, while the two-year yield hit a level unseen in nine months at 5.3063 percent, according to Reuters fixing data.

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