Sri Lanka sells 20-year bonds at 12.15-pct

Friday, 14 June 2013 - 13:20



Sri Lanka has sold 20-year rupee denominated bonds to yield 12.15 percent and 30-year bonds to yield 12.50 percent.

At the first 30-year bond auction last month 30-year bonds were also sold at 12.50 percent.

The debt office sold 8.0 billion rupees in 20 year bonds maturing on June 01st, 2033 and 5.0 billion rupees in 30-year bonds maturing on June 01st, 2043.

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