Albania's central bank, which sells state securities on behalf of the government, said it will auction ALL 10.9bn (EUR 77.7mn) worth of lek-denominated T-bills on August 27.
The bank will offer 12-month T-Bills worth ALL 8.6mn and 3-month T-Bills totalling ALL 2.3bn.
The average yield on the 12-month securities declined to 4.90% at the latest auction held on August 13 from 5.13% at the previous auction held a couple of weeks earlier.
The yield on the 3-month notes stood at 4.00% at the auction held on July 30, down from 4.61% at the previous auction on June 25.
The central bank has auctioned lek-denominated T-bills worth ALL 222.7bn since the beginning of 2013.
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