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Sri Lanka Treasuries yields fall sharply

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1Sri Lanka Treasuries yields fall sharply Empty Sri Lanka Treasuries yields fall sharply on Thu Sep 29, 2016 4:05 pm

Gainer

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Sri Lanka Treasuries yields fall sharply

Sep 28, 2016 16:04 PM GMT+0530 | 0 Comment(s)

ECONOMYNEXT - Sri Lankan Treasury Bill yields fell sharply at Wednesday’s auction with the 03-month bill down 16 basis points to 8.55 percent from 8.71 percent last week, data from the debt office showed.

The yield on the 06-month bill fell 30 basis points to 9.39 percent from 9.69 percent last week, the debt office, a unit of the central bank, said.

The yield on one-year bills fell 27 basis points to 10.11 percent from 10.38 percent last week.

The debt office got bids worth Rs85 billion and accepted bods of Rs21 billion.

2Sri Lanka Treasuries yields fall sharply Empty Re: Sri Lanka Treasuries yields fall sharply on Thu Sep 29, 2016 4:39 pm

samaritan


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Oh yeah, Sri Lanka treasuries yields fall sharply, while Perpetual Treasuries 'yield' rise sharply!

3Sri Lanka Treasuries yields fall sharply Empty Re: Sri Lanka Treasuries yields fall sharply on Thu Sep 29, 2016 4:41 pm

Lucky Gamage

Lucky Gamage
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Due to this fall, CFVF and CSEC had a run today and yesterday,,,,

4Sri Lanka Treasuries yields fall sharply Empty Re: Sri Lanka Treasuries yields fall sharply on Thu Sep 29, 2016 10:48 pm

Chinwi

Chinwi
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@samaritan wrote:Oh yeah, Sri Lanka treasuries yields fall sharply, while Perpetual Treasuries 'yield' rise sharply!


The value of questionable bond deal to borrow money to the Government was 10 billion.
Then there was another such deal by Perpetual , well below 10 billion.

The profit they reported for the year was over 5 Billion !

Amazing !
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The most amazing part of this is, they borrowed money from Bank of Ceylon to buy bonds from Central Bank and disposed them to EPF , which is managed by the Central Bank.

Money in BOC , Central Bank and EPF belongs to same Podu janathawa.

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