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Currencies  |  March 20, 2013 16:34:00

Czech and Poland successfully sold their bonds

Czech koruna first spring session ends with the greatest reductions in the region, when compared to the end of Tuesday's depreciated against the euro by nearly four tenths percent. At the end of the day is around the border 25.70 CZK / EUR. The Hungarian forint and Polish zloty firmed earlier in the day, however forint eventually surrendered most of its gains and ended Wednesday's trading zloty even with losses of around 0.1%.

Interesting events but today there was the central bond markets. In the Czech Republic held two auctions of government bonds with maturities in 2016 and 2022. In both cases, sold for slightly more than 3 billion CZK. At the same time demand was very good when inquiries were more than twice as high. The average yield for both securities fell to 0.725% (0.50% CZGB / 2016), or 1.798% (4.70% CZGB / 2022).It thus appears that the Czech bonds are currently uncertain time a safe for investors.

Auctions were held in Poland, where the ministry sold 2-year and 5-year paper. Again, yields fell to 3.17%, 3.43% respectively, which are the lowest levels at auctions these bonds. While the central bank ended the cycle of interest rate cuts, but the market calculated with the next release of monetary policy and macro-economic indicators published by the largely suggest. Poland and ultimately sold bonds in the amount of about 8 billion PLN and auctions also enjoyed a very decent interest buyers.

Author: Miroslav Frayer

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