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Egypt's Finance Ministry auctions T-bills worth EGP 18.5bn

MENA , Friday 19 Apr 2019
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 The Finance Ministry auctioned on Thursday treasury bills at a total value of EGP 18.5 billion.

In an online statement, the ministry said it sold 182-day T-bills worth EGP 9 billion with an average yield of 17.264 percent. The yield ranged from 16.999% to 17.28%.

It noted that it sold 357-day T-bills valued at EGP 9.5 billion with an average yield of 17.025 percent. The yield ranged from 17% to 17.041%.

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