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November 13 (SeeNews) - Albania will offer 4.5 billion leks ($38.6 million/33 million euro) of two-year fixed-rate Treasury notes at an auction on November 21, the country's central bank has announced.
The government securities will mature on November 23, 2019, according to an auction notice posted on the website of Bank of Albania.
At the last auction of two-year T-notes held on October 18, Albania's central bank sold 3.24 billion leks worth of government paper, below the 3.5 billion leks target. Yield rose to 2.99%, from 2.89% in the previous auction held in September.
(1 euro = 130.794)
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