RBA buys entire A$3B; Nov 2028 cut-off Yld drops 8.75bps vs Mon
By Sophia RodriguesPublished On 01 Apr 2020 , 05:14 PM
The RBA bought entire A$3 billion of government bonds it offered to purchases earlier today. The cut-off yield on the bonds was upto 8.75bps lower than the same bonds purchased on Monday.
For example, The cut-off yield on the November 2028 bond was 0.6125%, down from 0.7000% on Monday, 0.8225% on March 24 and 0.7925% on March 23.
|Weighted average yield
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