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Croatia sells 1.035 bln euro of 1-yr FX T-bills - table

Author Annie Tsoneva
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ZAGREB (Croatia), May 3 (SeeNews) - Croatia's finance ministry said it sold in an auction held on Tuesday 1.035 billion kuna ($1.1 billion) worth of one-year FX Treasury bills, below its 1.2 billion euro target.

The yield on the issue was 0.10%, compared to a negative -10% yield at the last auction of one-year euro-denominated Treasury bills held on February 15, the finance ministry said in a statement.

The issue auctioned on Tuesday will mature on May 4, 2023.

Details follow in millions of euro, unless stated otherwise:

May 3 Feb 15 Oct 19
Amount offered 1,200 10 140
Amount sold 1,035 6.5 160
Total bids placed 1,385 6.5 223.5
Average accepted price 99.903 100.100 100.151
Yield 0.10 -0.10% -0.15%

The ministry will hold its next auction of treasury bills on May 17.

($= 0.948 euro)

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