SKOPJE (N. Macedonia), June 21 (SeeNews) - The Macedonian Stock Exchange (MSE) said on Tuesday it admitted to trading 727.1 million denars ($12.4 million/11.8 million euro) worth of 15-year government bonds.
The government paper admitted to trading includes 348.1 million denars worth of newly issued bonds without a foreign exchange clause that bear a fixed interest rate of 3.7% paid annually, the MSE said in a notice.
The MSE also admitted to trading 379 million denars worth of newly issued bonds government bonds with a foreign exchange clause and a fixed interest rate of 3.50% paid annually.
Both government securities issues will mature on June 16, 2037.
The newly admitted government securities will start trading on the MSE on June 22.
(1 euro = 61.68 denars)