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Dec 05, 2007 11:31 EEST
December 5 (SeeNews) - Albania sold 9.4 billion leks ($114.2 million/77.61 million euro) in three Treasury bill issues at an auction on Tuesday where yields rose, the central bank said on Wednesday.
The Bank of Albania, which auctions government securities on behalf of the Finance Ministry, offered 1.1 billion leks in three-month T-bills. The issue was undersubscribed as dealers placed bids for 782 million leks worth of paper and the bank sold only that amount. The three-month T-bills yielded an average of 6.23%, up from 6.03% achieved at the previous auction held on November 27.
The central bank also sold 4.84 billion leks in six-month T-bills, down from the initially announced offer of 5.4 billion leks. The six-month T-bills yielded 7.40% on the average, up from 7.32% in the previous auction held on November 20.
The Bank of Albania also sold 3.78 billion leks in 12-month treasury bills, down from the initially announced offer of 6.9 billion leks. The government securities yielded an average of 8.20%, up from the 8.04% achieved at the previous auction held on November 20.
The central bank usually auctions lek-denominated three-month T-bills on Tuesdays and six-and 12-month paper twice a month, also on Tuesdays.
The Bank of Albania ( www.bankofalbania.org ) has auctioned T-bills worth 354.93 billion leks in par value since the beginning of the year. Last year it sold 460.13 billion leks worth of T-bills, compared to 465.2 billion leks in 2005.
(1 euro = 121.1027 Albanian leks)
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