Retail government security stock up HUF 66 billion in January
Outstanding stock of retail government securities rose by HUF 66 billion in January to almost HUF 1.755 trillion (approximately €5.627 billion), the Government Debt Management Agency (ÁKK) reported today.
Net sales of interest-bearing Treasury bills came to HUF 51 billion, while stock of “Premium” bonds that pay a yield over inflation rose by HUF 11.1 billion.
Net sales of retail papers came to about HUF 701 billion for the whole of last year. Sales of interest-bearing T-bills came to HUF 553 billion, “Premium” bond sales reached HUF 86.5 billion and sales of fixed-rate savings certificates were HUF 50 billion.
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