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Wednesday, 18 September 2019

Egypt sells 610 mln euros in euro-denominated t-bills: Central bank

Reuters , Tuesday 20 Aug 2019
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Egypt sold 610 million euros in one-year euro-denominated treasury bills on Monday at an average yield of 1.49%, data from the central bank showed.

The bank sold 695.10 million euros in a similar auction in November with an average yield of 1.75%.

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