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Interest rate management has forced local lenders to break fundamental market rules to mobilise funds.
Vietnam’s top banking official is ruling out raising reserve requirements suggested by local economists, but further monetary tightening is still needed.
The consumer price index has penetrated double-digit territory, casting a dark shadow on the start of 2011.
Moody’s downgrading of Vietnam’s government bonds means Vietnam will face mounting pressure to further tighten monetary policies and depreciate its currency.
The market rate went on the rampage last week after authorities allowed the banking system to use market forces to set interest rates.
The currency depreciation in mid-August was no little surprise to banking community, but a further depreciation could be on the cards.
Following local lenders’ petitions, the State Bank might rethink applying strict banking safety criteria.
Credit growth has fallen off the pace in the year’s first half, but a possible acceleration is in the wings.
Unprecedented credit market movements are making the banking sector nervous. According to the State Bank’s latest monthly report, outstanding loans expanded by 1.86 per cent in May, 2010.