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November 1 (SeeNews) - Albania's finance ministry will offer 11.7 billion leks ($101 million/ 86.7 million euro) worth of six-month and one-year Treasury bills in an auction next Tuesday, the central bank has said.
The finance ministry will offer 2.5 billion leks of six-month T-bills, the central bank said on Tuesday. At the last auction of six-month government securities held on October 3, investors bought 2.5 billion leks worth of government paper, equal to the volume on offer, as the yield rose to 1.82% from 1.65% previously.
The ministry will also offer 9.2 billion leks of one-year T-bills on Tuesday. Last month, it sold 8.2 billion leks worth of one-year T-bills, as the yield edged down to 2.45% from 2.46% previously.
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