April 13, 2018 / 9:26 AM / 5 months ago

Mauritius 91-day Treasury bill yield falls to 3.51 pct

    PORT LOUIS, April 13 (Reuters) - The weighted average yield
on Mauritius' 91-day Treasury bills fell to 3.51 percent at
auction on Friday from 3.72 percent at the last sale on April 6,
the central bank said.
    The Bank of Mauritius offered a total of 100 million rupees 
($2.99 million) for both the 91-day and 182-day paper. It sold
53.5 million rupees of the 91-day instrument. 
    
    Complete auction results were as follows:
   MATURITY                  91-DAY   182-DAY      364-day
WEIGHTED AVERAGE PRICE                      
THIS AUCTION              98.132    98.237          96.488
LAST AUCTION              99.081     98.136         96.219
WEIGHTED AVERAGE YIELD (PCT)
THIS AUCTION              3.51       3.60             3.65
LAST AUCTION              3.72       3.81             3.94
BIDS ACCEPTED (RUPEES)    53.5(MLN)  46.5 (MLN)  800 (MLN)   
(The table includes both government (364-day) and Bank
of Mauritius (91-day, 182-day) bills) 
($1 = 33.5000 Mauritius rupees)

 (Reporting by Jean Paul Arouff; editing 
by George Obulutsa)
  
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