CBB 12 Month Treasury Bills issue no.68 oversubscribed

The issue date of the bills is 23rd April, 2020 and the maturity date is  22nd April, 2021

  

Manama, Bahrain, The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) announces that this month’s BD 100 million issue of Government Treasury Bills has been oversubscribed by 101%.

The bills, carrying a maturity of 12 months, are issued by the CBB, on behalf of the Kingdom of Bahrain.

The issue date of the bills is 23rd April, 2020 and the maturity date is  22nd April, 2021.

The weighted average rate of interest is 2.87% equivalent to the previous issue on 26th March, 2020.

The approximate average price for the issue was 97.184% with the lowest accepted price being 97.120%.

This is issue No.68 (ISIN BH0006GI5Q35) of Government Treasury Bills. With this, the total outstanding value of Government Treasury Bills is BD 2.110 billion.

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