Sri Lanka Treasuries yields plunge

Thursday, 31 October 2013 - 15:20


Sri Lankas Treasuries yields dropped sharply at yesterdays auction with the 12-month yield falling 19 basis points to 9.83 percent.

The 6-month yield dropped 11 basis points to 9 percent.

Bids for 3 month bills were rejected for the 2nd time in as many weeks.


The debt office which offered 10 billion rupees in bills for roll-over said 20 billion rupees worth bid were accepted from the market.

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