Albania sells 9.6 billion leks (78 million euros) of treasury bills – table
TIRANA (Albania), Nov. 2 (SeeNews) – The Albanian Ministry of Finance sold 9.6 billion leks (90.7 million / 78.1 million euros) of treasury bills in two auctions held on Tuesday, according to data from the country’s central bank.
The finance ministry sold Lek 8.7 billion in one-year treasury bills that will mature on Nov. 3, 2022, according to data. Some 2.75 billion leks of the offer were earmarked for the central bank.
The ministry also sold lek 931.3 million in six-month treasury bills with a maturity of May 5, 2022. Some lek 200 million of the offer has been set aside at the central bank.
One-year treasury bills
|Auction date||November 2||October 19|
|Amount offered (bln leks)||8.7||9.7|
|Amount sold (bln leks)||8.7||9.7|
|Total bids placed (bln leks)||10.8||11.26|
|Offer / coverage ratio||1.24||1.16|
|Maximum yield requested||1.97%||1.93%|
|Minimum yield requested||1.40%||1.40%|
|Weighted average return||1.67%||1.70%|
Six-month treasury bills
|Auction date||November 2||August 31|
|Amount offered (mln leks)||1000||803.5|
|Amount sold (millions of leks)||931.3||803.5|
|Total bids placed (million leks)||1,531||903.5|
|Offer / coverage ratio||1.64||1.12|
|Maximum yield requested||1.44%||1.58%|
|Minimum yield requested||1.24%||1.25%|
|Weighted average return||1.31%||1.34%|
(1 euro = 122,842 leks)