RBA buys 2024 bond at 0.1142% weighted avg yield; 2030 bond at 0.9133%
By Sophia RodriguesPublished On 12 Nov 2020 , 06:26 PM
The RBA bought A$2.0B of April 2024 government bond at a cut-off yield of 0.1075% and weighted average yield of 0.1142%.
Below is the result of the bond purchases under the QE program:
|Weighted average yield
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