Vietnam Five-Year Bond Yield Falls to 2009 Low on Rate-Cut BetsBloomberg News
Vietnam’s bonds rose for a fourth day, pushing the five-year yield to the lowest since June 2009, on speculation the central bank will add to last year’s six interest-rate cuts to support the economy. The dong weakened.
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