ECONOMYNEXT- Sri Lanka’s Treasuries yields were flat at Tuesday’s auction with the 26 billion rupees of 6 and 12 month bills being sold, data from the state debt office showed.
The debt office sold 6-month bills at an average yield of 7.95 percent, down 01 basis point from a week earlier.
The 12-month average yield was flat at 8.90 percent.
The cut-off rates at kept secret by the debt office, which is a unit of Sri Lanka’s central bank.
Three month bill were not offered. They were last sold on December 20, at 7.69 percent. (Colombo/Jan30/2018)