The Debt and Liquidity Management Agency (ARDAL) has recently sold government bonds worth a total of €213 million, Juraj Pekár of ARDAL told the TASR newswire on Monday, June 17. Overall demand accounted for €235 million, including bids worth €140.5 million from non-residents.
ARDAL accepted bids on bonds with a maturity date of January 19, 2017 worth €101 million, including €53.5 million from non-residents. The minimum interest rate stood at 1.0904 percent p.a., the average one at 1.1240 percent p.a., and the maximum rate reached 1.1514 percent p.a. Overall demand for bonds maturing on February 28, 2023 on the part of investors accounted for €272.5 million, including €150.5 million from non-residents. ARDAL accepted bids worth €112 million, including €17 million from foreign entities. The minimum interest rate stood at 2.4 percent p.a., the average rate was 2.4484 percent p.a., and the maximum one reached 2.4849 percent p.a.
Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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18. Jun 2013 at 10:00