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Croatia sells 89 mln euro worth of domestic debt - table

Author Annie Tsoneva
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ZAGREB (Croatia), June 21 (SeeNews) - Croatia's finance ministry said on Tuesday it sold two issues of government securities, raising 667 million kuna ($94 million/89 million euro), above its target of 600 million kuna.

A 380 million kuna worth of 91-day Treasury bills was sold out at 0.10% yield, the finance ministry said in a data release.

It also sold 287 million kuna worth of one-year T-bills yielding 0.20%.

The 91-day T-bill issue auctioned on Tuesday will mature on September 22. The one-year issue will mature on June 22, 2023.

Details follow in millions of currency units, unless stated otherwise:

June 21

3-month

(kuna)

May 21, 2019

3-month

(kuna)

June 21

1-year

(kuna)

May 17, 2022

1-year

(kuna)

Amount offered 300 100 300 500
Amount sold 380 200 287 545
Total bids placed 380 244 427 595
Average accepted price 99.975 99.993 99.801 99.801
Yield 0.10 0.03 0.20 0.20

June 21

3-month

(kuna)

May 21, 2019

3-month

(kuna)

June 21

1-year

(kuna)

May 17, 2022

1-year

(kuna)

( 1 euro = 7.519 kuna)

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