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Sep 05, 2023 13:05 EEST
September 5 (SeeNews) - Serbia's finance ministry said on Tuesday it raised 5.1 billion dinars ($46.7 million/43.5 million euro) through a reopening of an issue of twelve-year Treasury bonds.
Yield to maturity came in at 6.20% at Tuesday's auction, with coupon payments due semi-annually, the finance ministry said in a press release.
In the prevoius auction of twelve-year domestic bonds held on June 6 the finance ministry sold 5.5 billion dinars worth of government paper at 6.35% yield to maturity.
Coupon interest rate
(1 euro = 117.196 dinars)
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