AOFM issues A$2.0B of Nov 2024 bond at 0.3654%
By Sophia RodriguesPublished On 03 Jul 2020 , 11:23 AM
The AOFM has sold A$2.0 billion of 0.25% November 2024 government bond at a weighted average issue yield of 0.3654%. The coverage ratio was 4.4875, marginally lower than the record 4.8666 at May 1 tender. The lowest yield today was 0.3625% and the highest 0.3675%.
There were 46 bids in total, and only 18 were successful, and among them 8 got 100% allotment.
With this issue, this bond line has now increased to A$22.0 billion. The bond was first issued via syndication on April 15 for A$13 billion at weighted average yield of 0.47%, and last issued on June 9 for A$2.0 billion at weighted average issue yield was 0.3865%.
As expected, the yield on near-term T-Note fell to a new record low at today's AOFM's auction. The weighted a...Published on : 22 Oct 2020 , 10:40 AM
Looking forward to the AOFM's weekly T-Note auctions later this morning. The record low weighted average yield fo...Published on : 22 Oct 2020 , 10:09 AM
The title of RBA assistant governor Chris Kent's speech on Tuesday is a very interesting one, "The Sta...Published on : 19 Oct 2020 , 08:19 PM
Yields at AOFM's Treasury Note auctions dropped to new record low on ample liquidity and expectations of cut...Published on : 01 Oct 2020 , 10:43 AM
One bidder got the entire A$2.0 billion of the 1% December 2030 government bond at the tender today. The yield was 0....Published on : 30 Sep 2020 , 11:20 AM
The RBA again made purchases totalling A$2 billion of the April 2023 and the April 2024 government bond but didn'...Published on : 31 Aug 2020 , 04:17 PM
The RBA made nearly equal purchases of the April 2023 government bond and the April 2024 but didn't manage to suf...Published on : 27 Aug 2020 , 04:07 PM
After a gap of two weeks, the RBA is back in the market to buy the 2023 and the 2024 government bonds. The RBA a...Published on : 27 Aug 2020 , 12:29 PM
Orderbook for the 1% 21 November 2031 Australia government bond has closed with a record A$65.5 billion, surpassing t...Published on : 26 Aug 2020 , 09:58 AM
Will the new 1% 21 November 2031 government bond set a new record for orderbook and issuance size? A good chance it w...Published on : 26 Aug 2020 , 08:53 AM