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Sep 12, 2023 10:03 EEST
September 12 (SeeNews) - The Macedonian Stock Exchange (MSE) said it admitted to trading two new issues of 15-year government securities worth a total of 2.2 billion denars ($38.4 million/35.7 million euro).
The bourse admitted to trading 1.8 billion denars worth of government bonds without a foreign exchange clause carrying a fixed interest rate of 6.15%, it said in a notice on Monday.
The bourse also added 367.7 million denars worth of government bonds with a foreign exchange clause, which carry a fixed interest rate of 5.90%.
Both issues mature on September 7, 2038.
The newly added government paper will start trading on the MSE on September 12.
(1 euro = 61.55 denars)
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