“At the first auction in 2020, the Finance Ministry offered investors three-month, one-year, two-year and two-year government bonds denominated in hryvnia. At the auction, UAH 6,003 million was attracted to the state budget (three-month government bonds - UAH 522.9 million; one-year government bonds - UAH 570.3 million; two-year government bonds - UAH 1, 694.8 million; four-year government bonds – UAH 3, 215.1 million, with a total demand exceeding UAH 25,242 million (almost four times),” reads the report.
The Finance Ministry notes that an average weighted yield on four-year hryvnia bonds decreased by 102 basis points (bps), to 9.88%.
An average yield on three-month bonds was 10.73% (decreased by 105 bps), one-year securities - 10.18% (by 124 bps), two-year securities - 10.04% (by 96 bps).
As Ukrinform reported, the Finance Ministry attracted UAH 5.3 billion to the state budget from the sale of government domestic loan bonds on December 24.
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