Sri Lanka gilt yields up in secondary trading

Tuesday, 08 January 2013 - 14:04



Sri Lanka government bond yields has picked up after falling steeply over two days ahead of a large bond auction.


A bond maturing on 15th  July 2017 opened around 10.70/80 percent yesterday and closed at around 11.00/11.10 percent.


A bond maturing on 15th August 2018 also opened around 10.70 percent and closed at around 11.05/20 percent..


But bond yields had fallen around 100 basis points over the past week.

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