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September 6 (SeeNews) - Slovenia has issued its first inflation-linked bond (ILB) in the amount of 100 million euro ($107 million) on September 4, the finance ministry said.
The bond, bearing a real coupon of 0.825%, will mature in 2034 and represents the first-ever ILB issue by the Slovenian government, the finance ministry said in a statement on Monday.
The principal of the bond is tied to the euro area's Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) excluding tobacco, and the bond's issuance opens the door to a wider circle of investors, the finance ministry said.
The bond will be listed on the Ljubljana bourse and the Luxembourg Stock Exchanges.
($ = 0.93171 euro)
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