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Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Qatar central bank sells 3-month T-bills, yields rise to 2.14 percent

Qatar central bank sells 3-month T-bills, yields rise to 2.14 percent:

"Qatar's central bank said it sold 750 million riyals ($206 million) of treasury bills in a monthly auction on Tuesday, where yields rose compared to the previous offer.

The three-month bills were sold at a yield of 2.14 percent, up from 2.05 percent at the last three-month bill sale in July, the bank said on its website.

Sanctions against Qatar by other Gulf Arab states have pressured liquidity in the Qatari money market."



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