The Republic of Serbia today offered two-term bonds of 100 million euros, News
In the information published by the Public Debt Administration, it is stated that this is the first auction of two-year government bonds denominated in euros in the volume of 100 million euros with a coupon rate of 2.5 percent, which mature on January 23, 2025.
“The total volume of demand at the auction was 44,348,000.00 euros. 37,530 pieces of government bonds were sold, with a nominal value of 37,530,000.00 euros,” says the Administration.
The bonds were sold at a yield rate of 2.5 percent per year, and the bonds are due at the end of January 2025.
The bond yield coupon will be paid annually, every January 23 until the maturity date.
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