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LJUBLJANA (Slovenia), May 16 (SeeNews) - Slovenia raised a combined 95 million euro ($112.2 million) through the sale of three-month, six-month and twelve-month Treasury bills on May 15, data from the country's finance ministry showed.
Three-month Treasury bills worth 30 million euro were sold at a negative yield of 0.39%, down slightly from a negative yield of 0.37% at a similar auction held in February, the finance ministry said.
The ministry auctioned 15 million euro in six-month Treasury bills at a negative yield of 0.50%, down from a negative 0.39% achieved in a similar auction in April.
It also raised 50 million euro in one-year government papers at -0.38% yield. At the latest auction of one year Treasury bills in April, the yield stood at -0.37%.
Demand for the three issues exceeded supply significantly.
Details follow in mlns of euro:
|3 month||6 month||12 month|
|Amount sold (mln euro)||30||15||50|
|Total bids placed (mln euro)||100||85||160|
|Uniform price of accepted offers||100.099%||100.253%||100.381%|