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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » DAILY CHRONICLE™ » Sri Lanka one year Treasuries slightly up

Sri Lanka one year Treasuries slightly up

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Malika1990

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Aug 15, 2012 (LBO) - Sri Lanka's Treasuries yields edged up slightly on longer maturities at Wednesday's auction with the one year yield reaching 13.23 percent up 05 basis points from a week earlier, data from the state debt office showed.

The 3-month yield fell 01 basis point to 11.36 percent. The 6-month yield rose 04 basis points to 12.95 percent.
The debt office sold 4.0 billion rupees in three month bills, 12.4 billion rupees in 6-month bills and 1.6 billion rupees in 12-month bills.

If the deficit is financed by Treasury bills sold to the public (and not the Central Bank) Sri Lanka can keep its exchange rate steady and inflation around the levels of the anchor US currency.

Deficit spending by selling Treasury bills to the public transfer spending power from the citizens to the state and rulers.

The process does not create fresh demand to pressure the country's dollar peg or inflation.
http://www.lbo.lk/fullstory.php?nid=1449352681

Redbulls

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Sri Lanka one year Treasuries slightly up Tre10

Malika1990

Malika1990
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Sri Lanka’s weekly Treasury bill auction held today saw the 3 month rates moving up while the one year and the six month rates declined.
Three month rate saw climbing by just a basis point from last weeks rate to stand at 11.37% while the six month rate moved up to 12.95% from last weeks 12.91%.
The one year rate climbed to 13.23% from last week’s rate of 13.18%.
The auction was oversubscribed with bids received running up to 38.43 billion while the Central Bank accepted Rs.18.18 billion to settle Rs. 18 billion worth of maturing treasury bills.
http://www.news360.lk/

4Sri Lanka one year Treasuries slightly up Empty Rupee flat, benchmark rates up Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:59 am

Redbulls

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The rupee closed flat against the greenback in a dull day of trading yesterday (15) while benchmark Treasury bill rates rose across the longer term maturities.

"Activity was relatively quiet and light in the foreign exchange market and the US dollar traded in a narrow band of Rs. 131.95-99 and closed flat at Rs. 131.96-99. The market high was at Rs. 131.99 and the lowest was at Rs. 131.95," the Sri Lanka Forex Association said.

Meanwhile benchmark Treasury bill yields rose across the longer termed maturities at yesterday’s primary market auction.

The 12-month bill saw its yield increase 5 basis points from last week to 13.23 percent while the six-month yield rose 4 basis points to 12.95 percent. The three-month bill saw its yield ease 1 basis point to 11.36 percent, the Public Debt Department of the Central Bank said.

The Central Bank issued maturing Treasury bills amounting to Rs. 18 billion at yesterday’s auction for which bids amounted to Rs. 38 billion. It sold Rs. 4 billion in three-month bills, Rs. 12.4 billion in six-month bills and Rs. 1.5 billion in 12-month bills.
http://www.island.lk/index.php?page_cat=article-details&page=article-details&code_title=59276

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