May 26 (SeeNews) - Albania's finance ministry will offer 8.5 billion leks ($82.4 million/76.8 million euro) worth of one-year and six-month Treasury bills at an auction on May 30, central bank data shows.
The offer comprises 7.5 billion leks of T-bills that will mature on May 30, 2024 and 1 billion leks of T-bills with a maturity date of November 30, 2023, the data shows.
At the last auction of one-year Treasury bills held on May 16, the finance ministry sold 9 billion leks worth of government securities. The average weighted yield on the issue came in at 3.56%, lower than 3.75% achieved at the previous auction of one-year T-bills held on May 2.
At the last auction of six-months Treasury bills held on April 11, the ministry sold 975 million leks worth of government securities at an average weighted yield of 3.29%, slightly higher than 3.26% at the previous auction of six-month paper on February 28.
(1 euro = 110.649 Albanian leks)