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Croatia sells 1.872 bln kuna (253.2 mln euro), 3.3 mln euro of one-year T-bills - table

Author Radomir Ralev
Croatia sells 1.872 bln kuna (253.2 mln euro), 3.3 mln euro of one-year T-bills - table Author: Radomir Ralev

ZAGREB (Croatia), December 6 (SeeNews) - Croatia's finance ministry said it sold in a recent auction one-year T-bills worth 1.872 billion kuna ($287.2 million/253.2 million euro), in line with target.

The ministry also sold 3.3 million euro ($3.7 million) of one-year T-bills, below its 10 million euro target, it said in a statement earlier this week.

Both auctions were held on Tuesday.

The yield on the kuna-denominated T-bills was 0.09%, flat from the previous auction of one-year kuna denominated Treasury bills held on August 28.

The yield on the euro-denominated T-bills was 0.00%, unchanged from the last similar auction on August 28.

Details follow:

  December 6 August 28
Amount sold (mln kuna) 1,872.0 199.0
Total bids placed (mln kuna) 1,872.0 199.0
Average accepted price 99.910% 99.915%
Yield 0.09% 0.09%

 

  December 6 August 28
Amount sold (mln euro) 3.3 50.0
Total bids placed (mln euro) 8.3 50.0
Average accepted price 100.0% 100.0%
Yield 0.0% 0.0%

(1 euro = 7.39223 kuna)

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