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T-bills yields declined again (rates neutral)

30.11.2016 9:58:00 | Autor/Izvor RBA analitičari

At yesterday's T-bill auction the Ministry of Finance accepted bids worth HRK 700 mn for a 1-year pure HRK T-bill (yield at 0.70%) and EUR 31.500 mn for a 1-year EUR T-bill. The increased interest for short-term government papers pushed the 1-year EUR T-bill yield a further 5bp lower if compared to the previous auction. Improved financing conditions in terms of declining trend of T-bills yields are also supportive to the overall fiscal consolidation efforts. Namely, according to the recently published government guidelines for the three-year budget preparation, during the period 2017-2019 the fiscal deficit as percentage of GDP (in accordance with national methodology) is set to decline to -1.6%, -1.2% and -0.9% respectively.

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