Spagna colloca 803 mln bond 2029, 2040, 2041 in asta straordinaria

giovedì 14 marzo 2013 10:55
 

MADRID, March 14 (Reuters) - Spain's Treasury announced the 
following results at Thursday's bond auction where it 
sold 803 million euros ($1 billion)of bonds due 2029, 2040 and 
2041. 
        
    Following are the details of the sale in millions of euros: 
 Jan. 31, 2029 bond     LATEST              PREVIOUS 
 AUCTION DATE           March 14, 2013      Feb 7, 2013 
 ISSUE MATURITY         Jan. 31, 2029       Jan. 31, 2029 
 COUPON (PCT)           6.0                 6.0 
 HIGHEST YIELD (PCT)    5.258               5.822 
 AVERAGE YIELD (PCT)    5.224               5.787 
 AVERAGE PRICE          108.216             102.165 
 TOTAL BIDS (MLN)       549                 1,198 
 ALLOTTED (MLN)         134                 593 
 BID/COVER RATIO        4.1                 2.0 
                                             
  
 July 30, 2040 bond     LATEST              PREVIOUS 
 AUCTION DATE           March 14, 2013      Dec. 13, 2012 
 ISSUE MATURITY         July 30, 2040       July 30, 2040 
 COUPON (PCT)           4.9                 4.9 
 HIGHEST YIELD (PCT)    5.445               5.928 
 AVERAGE YIELD (PCT)    5.434               5.893 
 AVERAGE PRICE          92.453              86.576 
 TOTAL BIDS (MLN)       731                 1,130 
 ALLOTTED (MLN)         304                 540 
 BID/COVER RATIO        2.4                 2.1 
 July 30, 2041 bond     LATEST              PREVIOUS 
 AUCTION DATE           March 14, 2013      Jan 17, 2013 
 ISSUE MATURITY         July 30, 2041       July 30, 2041 
 COUPON (PCT)           4.7                 4.7 
 HIGHEST YIELD (PCT)    5.454               5.705 
 AVERAGE YIELD (PCT)    5.432               5.696 
 AVERAGE PRICE          89.495              86.068 
 TOTAL BIDS (MLN)       777                 1,022 
 ALLOTTED (MLN)         365                 512 
 BID/COVER RATIO        2.1                 2.0 
 ($1 = 0.7722 euros) 
 
 
 
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