The Treasury held its first scheduled auction this month on Tuesday (
Demand for the paper stood at TRY 2.87bn. The Treasury sold TRY 850.9mn of the bond in the auction and the sales to primary dealers amounted to TRY 176.7mn.
The Treasury has planned a total of six domestic debt auctions this month (two more auctions on
The Treasury plans TRY 13.7bn of domestic borrowing (of which TRY 9.6bn from the markets) in February against a domestic debt redemption of TRY 15.6bn.
In a separate statement, the Treasury announced that it raised a TRY 1.33bn (
The Treasury announced earlier this week that it would issue TRY-denominated up to TRY 1.6bn worth lease certificates with the aim of diversifying its borrowing instruments, broadening its investor base and increasing the domestic savings. The lease certificates, maturing on
In August, the Treasury issued TRY 1.82bn worth of TRY-denominated lease certificate, meeting all demand for the certificates which will mature on
Earlier this month, the Treasury raised
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