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Treasury borrowed 11.2 billion liras in two bond auctions

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In the first auction, the Ministry of Treasury and Finance has re-issued 6 months (2289 days) floating rate government bonds. Periodic interest in the tender was recorded as 12.1%.

In the tender, where the nominal bid amounted to 4 billion 661 million liras, nominal sales were 3 billion 287 million liras and net sales were 3 billion 110.7 million liras.

In the tender, in which all the offers of 1 billion 350 million liras from public institutions were met, 5 billion 751 million liras were received from market makers and 3 billion 500 million liras were sold for this section.

In the second auction, fixed coupon government bonds with a maturity of 10 years (3612 days) and a coupon payment of 10.75 percent every 6 months were reissued. In the tender, the easy interest rate was 22.43 percent and the compound interest rate was 23.69 percent.

In the tender, where the nominal bid reached 3 billion 246 million liras, nominal sales were recorded as 1 billion 127 million liras and net sales as 1 billion 103,8 million liras.

In the tender, where no bids were received from the public, 3 billion 222 million liras were received from market makers, and 2 billion 100 million liras were sold for this part.

Thus, the Treasury owed 11 billion 164.5 million liras to the market.

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