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Nigeria : TREASURY Bills worth N134.9 Billion sold by CBN

July 28, 2014



Treasury bills of 3-month, 6-month and one-year maturities, all worth N134.9 Billion, with three-fifths fetching lower yields than at the earlier auction are sold by the Central Bank of Nigeria.

The apex bank sold N34.88 billion in the 3-month paper at 9.84 per cent, compared with 9.95 per cent at the previous auction on July 9. It also sold N48 billion in 6-month debt note at 10.10 per cent, 14 basis points lower than the 10.24 percent at the previous auction.

A total of N52 billion was sold in the one-year paper at 10.40 percent, more than 10.34 percent similar-tenor paper fetched at the June 25 auction, the previous time such paper was sold.

Demand for the debt was N305.74 billion, created by high level of excess liquidity in the banking system as stated by traders.


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Source: TendersInfo (India)


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