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July 3 (SeeNews) - Albania raised 1.87 billion leks ($16.1 million/14.2 million euro) through the sale of ten-year fixed-rate Treasury notes, below its target of 2.5 billion leks, according to auction data posted on the website of the finance ministry.
The coupon of the issue was set at 7.20%, compared to 6.45% at the previous auction of ten-year fixed-rate Treasury paper held in March.
(1 euro = 132.4 leks)
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