Croatia sells 123 million euros of domestic debt


ZAGREB (Croatia), May 17 (SeeNews) – The Croatian Ministry of Finance announced on Tuesday that it has sold three issues of public securities, raising 845 million kunas (118.2 million dollars/112.3 million euros) and 11 million euros ($11.6 million). oversubscribed.

182-day treasury bills worth 300 million kuna were sold at a yield of 0.05 percent, the finance ministry said in a data release.

It also sold 545 million kuna of one-year treasury bills at a yield of 0.20% as well as 11 million euros of one-year treasury bills at a negative yield of -0.05%.

The six-month issue auctioned on Tuesday will mature on November 17. The one-year issues will both mature on May 18, 2023.

Details follow in millions of currency units, unless otherwise stated:

May 17

6 months

(kuna)

March 2, 2021

6 months

(kuna)

May 17

1 year

(kuna)

April 19

1 year

(kuna)

May 17

1 year

(euro)

May 3

1 year

(euro)

Amount offered 300 200 500 1,500 ten 1,200
Amount sold

300

320 545 1,807 11 1,035
Total bids placed 400 580 595 2007 23 1,385

Average accepted price

99.975 100.00 99.801 99,900 100.050 99.903
Yield 0.05% 0.00% 0.20% 0.10% – 0.05% 0.10%

May 17

6 months

(kuna)

March 2, 2021

6 months

(kuna)

May 17

1 year

(kuna)

April 19

1 year

(kuna)

May 17

1 year

(euro)

May 3

1 year

(euro)

300

Average accepted price

(1 euro = 7.523 kuna)

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