ARDAL sells 13-year government bonds worth €60.9 million

The State Debt and Liquidity Management Agency (ARDAL) sold 13-year government bonds worth €60.9 million in an auction on Monday, October 15, including €25.5 million to non-residents, the TASR newswire was told by Juraj Pekár from ARDAL. The overall demand reached €79.2 million, including €28.5 million from non-residents. The minimum interest rate stood at 3.4993 percent p.a., the average one was 3.5453 percent p.a. and the maximum 3.6004 percent p.a. October 17, 2012, has been set as the issue date, and the bonds will mature on October 14, 2025.

The State Debt and Liquidity Management Agency (ARDAL) sold 13-year government bonds worth €60.9 million in an auction on Monday, October 15, including €25.5 million to non-residents, the TASR newswire was told by Juraj Pekár from ARDAL. The overall demand reached €79.2 million, including €28.5 million from non-residents. The minimum interest rate stood at 3.4993 percent p.a., the average one was 3.5453 percent p.a. and the maximum 3.6004 percent p.a. October 17, 2012, has been set as the issue date, and the bonds will mature on October 14, 2025.

(Source: TASR)
Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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