NEWS IN SHORT

Slovakia sells bonds worth €110m

SLOVAKIA has borrowed an additional €110 million by selling government bonds. The Finance Ministry's Debt and Liquidity Management Agency (ARDAL) raised the sum in a June 14 auction of government bonds from the No. 213 series maturing in 2016, the SITA newswire reported.

SLOVAKIA has borrowed an additional €110 million by selling government bonds. The Finance Ministry's Debt and Liquidity Management Agency (ARDAL) raised the sum in a June 14 auction of government bonds from the No. 213 series maturing in 2016, the SITA newswire reported.

Overall demand from investors reached €220 million. The agency accepted bids at the limit price of 100.2432 percent. The average accepted interest rate in the auction was 3.4724 percent per annum, the minimum was 3.2500 percent, and the maximum interest rate was 3.4497 percent per annum.

Prior to the June 14 auction, Slovakia had raised €3.731 billion so far this year from investors in financial markets from the sale of government bonds. The money was raised in order to service existing debt and support liquidity. The sum includes subscriptions of €1.5 billion from the €3 billion benchmark ten-year issue of April 2010.


Get daily Slovak news directly to your inbox

Top stories

Fico and Kotleba have not been fined for being maskless yet

The police are dealing with violent protesters, but no politician has been penalized for calling on people not to wear masks.

News digest: High-profile arrests and discussion on reopening schools continues

PM Matovič proposes pilot testing for schools. Slovakia will have the very first Slovak ambassador to the EU.

PM Igor Matovič has stepped into the debate about opening the schools for older children.

Another former police president reportedly charged in a corruption case

NAKA charged eight former high-ranking police, SIS and Financial Administration officials.

Milan Lučanský

Matovič could have made comments about the US rather than Mongolia

I am proud of what has been achieved in Slovakia, says Billy Altansukh.