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Finance Ministry Places Government Bonds For UAH 8.3 Billion And USD 112 Million

Finance Ministry Places Government Bonds For UAH 8.3 Billion And USD 112 Million

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On June 22, the Ministry of Finance placed government domestic loan bonds for UAH 8.3 billion and USD 112 million.

The Ministry of Finance has said this in a statement, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

The Ministry of Finance offered investors six issues of securities in national currency and one issue in foreign currency.

The circulation period of the offered government bonds in hryvnia is six months, one year, one and a half years, two years, three years and five years.

The circulation period of bonds offered in dollars is one year.

From the placement of government securities in national currency, UAH 8.3 billion was attracted to the state budget.

The weighted average yield of six-month government bonds was 9.0%, one-year bonds - 10.97%, 1.5-year bonds - 11.30%, two-year bonds - 12.0%, three-year bonds - 12.30%, and five-year bonds - 12.59%.

In turn, USD 112 million was raised from the placement of government bonds denominated in foreign currency.

The weighted average rate of return on one-year government bonds in dollars was 3.70%.

As a result of the auctions, the state budget attracted the equivalent of UAH 11.4 billion.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, in 2019, the Ministry of Finance raised UAH 227.6 billion, USD 4.3 billion, and EUR 387 million to the state budget from the government bond placement.

In 2020, the Ministry of Finance raised UAH 258.8 billion, USD 3.9 billion, and EUR 845 million into the state budget through the placement of domestic government loan bonds.