The Finance Ministry of Ukraine has attracted $91 million and €123.3 million to the state budget at a scheduled weekly auction on T-bills placement. The ministry informed about this on its official website, UNIAN reports.
Funds in the national currency were raised via the placement of securities with 77-, 168-, 252-, 693-, and 1036-day maturity periods and a weighted average yield of 17.44%, 17%, 17.01%, 16.1% and 16.15% annually. The ministry informed about this on its official website, UNIAN reports.
On the other hand, the funds in euro were attracted via the placement of securities at 4.12% with a 616-day maturity period.
The hryvnia equivalent of the funds amounted to UAH 6.37 billion at the current rate of the National Bank of Ukraine. As of 20 March, the volume of government securities in circulation stood at UAH 738.84 billion ($28 billion) in principal debt. At the same time, Ukraine’s central bank owns bonds accumulatively worth UAH 351.73 billion ($13.34 billion), or 48% of their total volume.