State bonds' auctions for 3Q98

The Finance Ministry released a timetable of state bond auctions to be held in the third quarter of 1998. The ministry does not set the total amount of state securities it plans to offer at its auctions, nor does it set a maximum or minimum price limit on bids. All auctions will be held by the National Bank of Slovakia (NBS). Unlike the previous two quarters, the ministry will only sell state bonds and does not plan to sell any T-bills, the NBS announced.

The Finance Ministry released a timetable of state bond auctions to be held in the third quarter of 1998. The ministry does not set the total amount of state securities it plans to offer at its auctions, nor does it set a maximum or minimum price limit on bids. All auctions will be held by the National Bank of Slovakia (NBS). Unlike the previous two quarters, the ministry will only sell state bonds and does not plan to sell any T-bills, the NBS announced.


Issue
Date of auctionMaturity Maturity date
State bondJuly 7one yearJuly 9, 1999
State bondJuly 14one yearJuly 16, 1999
State bondJuly 21one yearJuly 23, 1999
State bondJuly 28two yearSJuly 31, 2000
State bondAugust 4one yearAugust 6, 1999
State bondAugust 11one yearAugust 13, 1999
State bondAugust 18one yearAugust 20, 1999
State bondAugust 25two yearsAugust 28, 2000
State bondAugust 31one yearSeptember 3, 1999
State bondSeptember 8two yearsSeptember 11, 2000
State bondSeptember 14one yearSeptember 17, 1999
State bondSeptember 22one yearSeptember 24, 1999
State bondSeptember 29two yearsOctober 2, 2000

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