Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Outburst abruptly ends Iranian president-elect's news conference

CAIRO (Reuters) - Yields at an Egyptian auction of dollar-denominated one-year treasury bill rose on Monday, data from the central bank showed. Egypt's central bank said it sold $608.5 million of the bills at an average yield of 3.882 percent, up from 3.844 percent at its last auction on May 13, when the bank sold $1.25 billion of dollar-denominated debt. The central bank received bids worth $940.5 million, with yields on the accepted bids ranging from 3.770 to 3.900 percent. The bills will roll over $526 million in similar one-year bills that mature on June 18. ...


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