Sri Lanka Treasury bill yields mixed


Sep 22, 2015 (LBO) – Sri Lanka’s 12-month Treasury bill yields were up at Tuesday’s auction while the 3-month yields were down, data from the state debt office showed.

The 3-month yields were down by one basis point to 6.78 percent, and the 12-month yields rose one basis point to 7.18 percent.

The 6-month yields were flat at 7.07 percent.

The Central Bank sold 28.3 billion rupees of bills after offering 22.0 billion rupees for auction.

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Eagle Eyes
Eagle Eyes
6 years ago

Can you please find out how the interest rates were kept low. Were EPF and ETF money used to artificially keep interest rates down? That too is plunder.