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Egypt's five- and 10-year bond yields rise at auction

Reuters , Monday 27 Feb 2017
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Egypt sold five-year and 10-year treasury bonds at higher yields on Monday than at the previous sale, data from the central bank showed.

The average yield on the five-year bond rose to 16.807 percent from 16.676 percent at the previous auction.

The average yield on the 10-year bond increased to 16.889 percent from 16.784 percent when it was last sold.

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