Vietnam dong, gold rates - May 31
HANOI, May 31 (Reuters) -Here's a snapshot of Vietnamese dong exchange rates in the official and unofficial markets, indicative SJC gold prices in Hanoi and interbank offered rates at 2:06 GMT.
SJC gold (mln dong/tael)
NOTES: The State Bank of Vietnam sets the mid-point rate on a daily basis and allows dollar/dong transactions to move in a band of +/- 5% around the mid point.
The dong's exchange rate against other currencies is not restricted by a band. Interbank offered rates are the latest indicative bid/ask prices, quoted from market sources.
One tael is equivalent to 37.5 grams or 1.21 troy ounces. SJC gold prices are quoted by state-owned Saigon Jewelry Co.
For more interbank rate fixings released at 0400 GMT, click on VNIBOR-1.
For Vietnam market overview click on: VNDVIEW
Vietnam's bonds market auctions: HNGBAUCSCH01
Bonds auction results: HNGBAUCRES01
Reporting by Khanh Vu
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