Sri Lanka Treasury bill yields up: Central Bank

Thursday, 19 February 2015 - 13:32

Sri Lanka's Treasury bill yields were up on yesterday’s auction with the 12-month yield increased to 6.12% from 6.10% in the last auction.

6-month yield was also up at 6.03% and Rs. 2,391 million were accepted from Rs 7,016 million.

The debt office re offered Rs. 10 billion of maturing debt and the auction was oversubscribed with bids amounting to Rs. 22,909 million being received.

It was decided to accept Rs. 8,534 million from the auction

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