ZAGREB (Croatia), March 2 (SeeNews) – The Croatian Ministry of Finance introduced on Tuesday that it had bought 1 billion kuna ($ 159 million / € 132 million) of one-year treasury payments, in step with the goal , and 320 million kuna on six of the above goal one-month treasury payments on the March 2 public sale.
The one-year situation returned 0.02%, in comparison with 0.03% on the final one-year Treasury invoice public sale held on February 23, the finance ministry mentioned in an announcement.
Six-month T-bills yielded zero %, down from 0.05% within the final six-month authorities notes public sale held on August 20, 2019.
The six-month and one-year points auctioned on Tuesday will mature on September 2, 2021 and March 3, 2022, respectively.
Particulars comply with in thousands and thousands (until in any other case famous):
|March 2 (1 12 months)||February 23 (1 12 months)||March 2 (6 months)||August 20, 2019 (6 months)|
|Quantity supplied||1 billion||900||200||100|
|Quantity bought||1 billion||1 billion||320||20|
|Complete bids positioned||2.4 billion||2.2 billion||580||20|
|Common value accepted||99.985||99.970||100,000||99.973|
(1 euro = 7.5797 kuna)