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Slovakia sells 5-year and 13-year government bonds

Slovakia’s Agency for Debt and Liquidity Management (ARDAL) sold 13-year government bonds on June 11 worth €138 million, including €64 million to non-residents. The minimum interest rate accepted was 4.1500 percent, the average was 4.2583 percent and the maximum reached 4.3000 percent, the TASR newswire reported. Overall demand among investors was €192.5 million, including €73 million from foreign sources, TASR wrote. The issue date is June 13, 2012 with a maturity date of October 14, 2025.

Slovakia’s Agency for Debt and Liquidity Management (ARDAL) sold 13-year government bonds on June 11 worth €138 million, including €64 million to non-residents. The minimum interest rate accepted was 4.1500 percent, the average was 4.2583 percent and the maximum reached 4.3000 percent, the TASR newswire reported.

Overall demand among investors was €192.5 million, including €73 million from foreign sources, TASR wrote. The issue date is June 13, 2012 with a maturity date of October 14, 2025.

ARDAL also sold five-year government bonds worth €179.2 million, including €150 million to non-residents. Overall demand among investors was €200.7 million, including €158 million from foreign investors. The minimum interest rate for these bonds was 2.5500 percent, the average was 2.6024 percent and the maximum had reached 2.6506 percent. The issue date is June 13, 2012 with a maturity date of January 19, 2017.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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