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Dec 29, 2009 16:43 EEST
December 29 (SeeNews) - Albania's central bank sold on Tuesday 21.46 billion leks ($224.1 million/155.2 million euro) in three-month and 12-month Treasury bills as yields edged lower.
The central bank, which auctions government securities on behalf of the Finance Ministry, offered and sold 13.2 billion leks in three-month T-bills, as dealers placed bids worth 13.5 billion leks. The T-bills produced a weighted average yield of 6.28%, down from 6.3% in the previous auction held on December 22, the Bank of Albania said on its website.
The central bank also sold the entire offer of 8.26 billion leks worth of 12-month T-bills. The issue was oversubscribed as dealers placed bids worth 13.6 billion leks. Yields fell to 9.04% from 9.14% in the previous auction held on December 15.
The Bank of Albania has auctioned Treasury bills worth 387.98 billion leks this year. It auctioned T-bills worth 373 billion leks in par value last year, compared to 386.83 billion leks in 2007.
(1 euro = 138.2314 Albanian leks)
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