Portogallo colloca 1,039 mld a 2013 e 2021, rendimenti in slaita

mercoledì 8 settembre 2010 12:14
 

 LISBON, Sept 8 (Reuters) - Portugal sold 1.039 billion euros
($1.32 billion) in two bond maturities on Wednesday, below the
top end of the initially indicated offer, with yields rising on
both maturities. 
 The Portuguese Institute for Public Credit Management (IGCP)
had set the indicative amount at a total of between 750 million
euros and 1.25 billion euros for both bonds. 
 Following are the details of the auctions: 
 
 APRIL 2021 3.85 PCT BOND  
                                      (Previous similar 
                                          maturity ) 
 Auction date               08/09/10        25/08/10  
 Maturity                   15/04/21        15/06/20  
 Settlement date:           13/09/10        30/08/10  
 Avg. yield (pct)           5.973           5.312  
 Avg. price (pct)           83.66           96.15  
 Highest yield (pct)        5.989           5.332  
 Lowest yield (pct)         5.938           5.284  
 Tail                       0.016           0.02   
 Total bids                 983 mln         1.177 bln 
 Allotment                  378 mln         672 mln 
 Bid-to-cover ratio         2.6             1.8 
 Outstanding after auction  7.454 bln       6.867 bln      
 
 SEPT 2013 5.45 PCT BOND:  
                                       (Previous) 
 Auction date:              08/09/10        09/06/10 
 Maturity                   23/09/13        23/09/13 
 Settlement date:           13/09/10        14/06/10 
 Avg. yield (pct)           4.086           3.597  
 Avg. price (pct)           103.81          105.61  
 Highest yield (pct)        4.124           3.630  
 Lowest yield (pct)         4.002           3.156  
 Tail                       0.038           0.033  
 Total bids                 1.256 bln       1.706 bln 
 Allotment                  661 mln         701 mln 
 Bid-to-cover ratio         1.9             2.4  
 Outstanding after auction  8.630 bln       7.969 bln 
 
 For more information about the auction please click on
IGCP09. 
 (Reporting by Axel Bugge and Andrei Khalip)