"Today, at auctions on [the placement of] domestic government bonds, the Finance Ministry offered investors three issues of hryvnia securities with a maturity of three months, one year and three years, as well as foreign currency-denominated government bonds maturing in one year. […] UAH 8.3 billion has been attracted to the state budget following the auctions," the report reads.
According to the report, a decrease in yield was recorded on all issues of government bonds denominated in the national currency.
The average yield on three-month securities is 7% (a decrease of 24 basis points), on one-year bonds - 9.2% (a decrease of 30 bp), and on three-year bonds - 10% (a decrease of 47 bp).
The average yield on domestic government bonds denominated in U.S. dollars was 3.5%.
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