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ZAGREB (Croatia), December 3 (SeeNews) - Croatia's finance ministry said on Tuesday it sold 1.8 billion kuna ($262.2 million/236.7 million euro) worth of one-year Treasury bills, above its 1.3 billion kuna target.
The yield on the issue was 0.06%, unchanged in comparison with the last auction of one-year T-bills held on November 19, the finance ministry said in a statement.
The new issue will mature on December 3, 2020.
Details follow in millions of kuna (unless stated otherwise):
|December 3||November 19|
|Amount offered||1.3 bln||1.3 bln|
|Amount sold||1.8 bln||1.5 bln|
|Total bids placed||1.8 bln||1.5 bln|
|Average accepted price||99.940||99.940|
(1 euro = 7.43853 kuna)