Spagna colloca complessivi 3,5 mld bond 2026, 2037 e bond indicizzato 2019

giovedì 4 febbraio 2016 11:09
 

MADRID, 4 febbraio (Reuters) - Spain's Treasury announced the following
results at Thursday's bond auction BANCN where it sold 3.5 billion euros ($3.9
billion) of bonds.
Following are the details of the sale in millions of euros:
 Inflation-linked, Nov  LATEST              PREVIOUS
 30, 2019 bond
 AUCTION DATE           Feb 4, 2016         Nov 5, 2015
 ISSUE MATURITY         Nov 30, 2019        Nov 30, 2019
 COUPON (PCT)           0.55                0.55
 HIGHEST YIELD (PCT)    -0.080              -0.200
 AVERAGE YIELD (PCT)    -0.096              -0.251
 AVERAGE PRICE          102.465             103.273
 TOTAL BIDS (MLN)       1,930               2,267
 ALLOTTED (MLN)         675                 817
 BID/COVER RATIO        2.9                 2.8
 April 30, 2026 bond    LATEST              PREVIOUS*
 AUCTION DATE           Feb 4, 2016         Dec 3, 2015
 ISSUE MATURITY         April 30, 2026      Oct 31, 2025
 COUPON (PCT)           1.95                2.15
 HIGHEST YIELD (PCT)    1.717               1.477
 AVERAGE YIELD (PCT)    1.694               1.461
 AVERAGE PRICE          102.383             106.300
 TOTAL BIDS (MLN)       4,064               2,881
 ALLOTTED (MLN)         2,189               1,101
 BID/COVER RATIO        1.9                 2.6
 Jan 31, 2037 bond      LATEST              PREVIOUS*
 AUCTION DATE           Feb 4, 2016         Dec 17, 2015
 ISSUE MATURITY         Jan 31, 2037        July 30, 2040
 COUPON (PCT)           4.2                 4.9
 HIGHEST YIELD (PCT)    2.629               2.739
 AVERAGE YIELD (PCT)    2.614               2.720
 AVERAGE PRICE          125.345             138.704
 TOTAL BIDS (MLN)       1,546               1,170
 ALLOTTED (MLN)         591                 600
 BID/COVER RATIO        2.6                 2.0
 * The most recent comparable bond with a different coupon
($1 = 0.8969 euros)
    
    
 Sul sito www.reuters.it le altre notizie Reuters in italiano. Le top news anche
su www.twitter.com/reuters_italia