Sri Lanka's Treasuries yields kept flat

Thursday, 20 June 2013 - 13:04



Sri Lanka's Treasuries yields were kept flat at yesterday’s auction with 10.75 billion rupees in bid accepted after offering 12 billion for rollover.


The 3-month yield eased 01 basis point to 8.66 percent, the 6-month yield was flat at 9.80 percent and the 12-month yield was flat at 10.85 percent.


The debt office said 1.5 billion rupees in 3-month bills, 2.0 billion in 6-month bills and 10.85 percent in 12-month bills were sold.

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