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Sep 06, 2023 16:51 EEST
September 6 (SeeNews) - Albania's finance ministry sold 3 billion leks ($30 million/28 million euro) worth of two-year fixed-rate Treasury notes at an auction held on September 6, central bank data showed on Wednesday.
The government securities carry a coupon of 3.88% and will mature on July 26, 2025, the central bank said in a data release.
At the previous auction of two-year T-notes of the same issue held on August 7, the finance ministry sold 3 billion leks worth of debt paper.
Details follow (in billions of leks unless stated otherwise):
(1 euro = 107.955 leks)
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