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Vietnamese Dong Tracker: June 12 Update

June 12

  • The State Bank of Vietnam–the SBV–set the exchange rate at 24.254.
  • The maximum one US dollar could be sold for was 25,450.
  • The minimum one US dollar could be bought for was 23,400. 
  • Vietcombank was buying US dollars for 25,226.
  • Vietcombank was selling US dollars for 25,466.
  • Through open market operations the SBV also issued treasury bills in the amount of VND 600 billion or US$23,582,580.

June 11

  • The State Bank of Vietnam–the SBV–set the exchange rate at 24.250.
  • The maximum one US dollar could be sold for was 25,450.
  • The minimum one US dollar could be bought for was 23,400. 
  • Vietcombank was buying US dollars for 25,222.
  • Vietcombank was selling US dollars for 25,462.
  • Through open market operations the SBV also issued treasury bills in the amount of VND 1,300 billion or US$$51,095,590.
  • It also loaned VND 1,530.89 billion or US$60,131,256 to two banks.

June 10

  • The State Bank of Vietnam–the SBV–set the exchange rate at 24.242.
  • The maximum one US dollar could be sold for was 25,450.
  • The minimum one US dollar could be bought for was 23,400. 
  • Vietcombank was buying US dollars for 25,214.
  • Vietcombank was selling US dollars for 25,454.
  • Through open market operations the SBV also issued treasury bills in the amount of VND 2,100 billion or US$82,603,920.
  • It also loaned VND 894.57 billion or US$35,188,090 to one bank.
  • The SBV sold US$309 million US dollars today from its Forex reserves, according to ACB.
  • The SBV has now sold around US$4.1 billion worth of its US dollar reserves since April 19, according to ACB data.

June 7

  • The State Bank of Vietnam–the SBV–set the exchange rate at 24.241.
  • The maximum one US dollar could be sold for was 25,450.
  • The minimum one US dollar could be bought for was 23,400. 
  • Vietcombank was buying US dollars for 25,213.
  • Vietcombank was selling US dollars for 25,453.
  • Through open market operations the SBV also issued treasury bills in the amount of VND 4,900 billion or US$192,837,540.
  • It also loaned VND 748 billion or US$29,445,505 to one bank.

June 6

  • The State Bank of Vietnam–the SBV–set the exchange rate at 24.241.
  • The maximum one US dollar could be sold for was 25,450.
  • The minimum one US dollar could be bought for was 23,400. 
  • Vietcombank was buying US dollars for 25,213.
  • Vietcombank was selling US dollars for 25,453.
  • Through open market operations the SBV also issued treasury bills in the amount of VND 5,800 billion or US$228,099,500.

June 5

  • The State Bank of Vietnam–the SBV–set the exchange rate at 24.241.
  • The maximum one US dollar could be sold for was 25,450.
  • The minimum one US dollar could be bought for was 23,400. 
  • Vietcombank was buying US dollars for 25,213.
  • Vietcombank was selling US dollars for 25,453.
  • Through open market operations the SBV also issued treasury bills in the amount of VND 3,160 billion or US$124,299,232.

June 4

  • The State Bank of Vietnam–the SBV–set the exchange rate at 24,246.
  • The maximum one US dollar could be sold for was 25,450.
  • The minimum one US dollar could be bought for was 23,400. 
  • Vietcombank was buying US dollars for 25,218.
  • Vietcombank was selling US dollars for 25,458.
  • Through open market operations the SBV also issued treasury bills in the amount of VND 6,150 billion or US$241,982,820.

June 3

  • The State Bank of Vietnam–the SBV–set the exchange rate at 24.261.
  • The maximum one US dollar could be sold for was 25,450.
  • The minimum one US dollar could be bought for was 23,400. 
  • Vietcombank was buying US dollars for 25,474.
  • Vietcombank was selling US dollars for 25,234.
  • Through open market operations the SBV lent out VND 473 billion or US$18,597,798.
  • The SBV also issued treasury bills in the amount of VND 8,450 billion or US$332,173,725.

See also: Vietnam Currency News

May 31

  • The State Bank of Vietnam–the SBV–set the exchange rate at 24.261.
  • The maximum one US dollar could be sold for was 25,450.
  • The minimum one US dollar could be bought for was 23,400. 
  • Vietcombank was buying US dollars for 25,254.
  • Vietcombank was selling US dollars for 25,474..
  • The SBV sold US$150 million US dollars today from its Forex reserves, according to ACB.
  • The SBV has now sold around US$3.85 billion worth of its US dollar reserves since April 19.
  • The SBV also issued treasury bills in the amount of VND 16,250 billion or US$$638,508,000.

May 30

  • The State Bank of Vietnam–the SBV–set the exchange rate at 24.258.
  • The maximum one US dollar could be sold for was 25,450.
  • The minimum one US dollar could be bought for was 23,400. 
  • Vietcombank was selling US dollars for 25,470.
  • Vietcombank was buying US dollars for 25,250.
  • The SBV issued treasury bills in the amount of VND 54.9 trillion or US$192,477,880.

May 29

  • The State Bank of Vietnam–the SBV–set the exchange rate at 24,253.
  • The maximum one US dollar could be sold for was 25,450.
  • The minimum one US dollar could be bought for was 23,400. 
  • Vietcombank was selling US dollars for 25,465.
  • Vietcombank was buying US dollars for 25,265.
  • The SBV did not sell any US dollars today from its Forex reserves, according to ACB.
  • The SBV has sold around US$3.7 billion worth of its US dollar reserves since April 19.
  • Through open market operations the SBV lent out VND 3,110 billion or US$122,149,998.
  • The SBV also issued treasury bills in the amount of VND 5,150 billion or US$202,298,180.

May 28

  • The State Bank set the exchange rate at 24,256.
  • The maximum one US dollar could be sold for was 25,450.
  • The minimum one US dollar could be bought for was 23,400. 
  • Vietcombank was selling US dollars for 25,468.
  • Vietcombank was buying US dollars for 25,268.
  • The State Bank sold US$100 million from its Forex reserves, according to ACB.
  • The State Bank has now sold around US$3.7 billion worth of US dollars since April 19.

May 27

  • The State Bank set the exchange rate at 24,268.
  • The maximum one US dollar could be sold for was 25,450.
  • The minimum one US dollar could be bought for was 23,400. 
  • Vietcombank was selling US dollars for 25,481.
  • Vietcombank was buying US dollars for 25,281.
  • The State Bank sold US$300 million from its Forex reserves, according to ACB.
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