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TIRANA (Albania), April 18 (SeeNews) – Albania's finance ministry has sold 4 billion leks ($36.1 million/32 million euro) worth of two-year fixed-rate Treasury notes on April 17, in line with target, figures show.
The coupon on the issue was set at 1.45%, down from 1.92% in the last auction of two-year fixed-rate T-notes held in March, according to figures published on the website of the finance ministry.
|Auction date||April 17||March 1|
|Amount offered (bln leks)||4.0||3.0|
|Amount sold (bln leks)||4.0||3.0|
|Total bids placed (bln leks)||5.18||6.4|
|Maximum requested yield||1.52%||2%|
|Minimum requested yield||1.2%||1.4%|
(1 euro = 123.882 leks)