On July 20, the Ministry of Finance placed national government debt bonds for UAH 7.5 billion and € 8 million.
This finance ministry said so in a press release, reports the Ukrainian news agency.
The Ministry of Finance offered investors five issues of securities in national currency and one issue in foreign currency.
The maturity of government bonds denominated in hryvnia is one year, one and a half, two years, three years and five years.
Government bonds denominated in euros have a maturity of one year.
The state budget has attracted 7.5 billion UAH through the placement of government securities in national currency.
The strongest demand was concentrated in two-year bonds, the placement of which attracted UAH 5.4 billion to the state budget.
The weighted average rates on government bonds remained unchanged.
The weighted average yield on one-year government bonds was 10.99%, 1.5-year bonds – 11.30%, two-year bonds – 12.09%, three-year bonds – 12 , 30%, five-year bonds – 12.59%.
In turn, 8 million euros were raised through the placement of government bonds denominated in foreign currencies.
The weighted average rate of return on euro-denominated government bonds was 2.50%.
As a result of the auction, the state budget raised the equivalent of UAH 7.754 billion.
As the Ukrainian news agency reported earlier, in 2020 the Ministry of Finance attracted UAH 258.8 billion, $ 3.9 billion and € 845 million through the placement of bonds from national government borrowing.
In 2019, the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine attracted UAH 227.6 billion, US $ 4.3 billion and € 387 million through the placement of domestic government bonds.
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