ODDIH: Greece draws 1.138 billion euros from six-month treasury bills

6 April 2016
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The public debt management agency (ODDIH) has announced that an auction of 26-week treasury bills with a value of 875 million euros was carried out on Wednesday.

According to the official statement, the total bids reached 1.138 billion euros and the amount finally accepted was 1,137.5 million euros.

On top of that, Primary Dealers can additionally submit non-competitive bids up to 30% of the amount initially auctioned until noon on Thursday, the 7th of April.

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