©Reuters. The Treasury plans to sell this week up to 11,750 million in debt
Madrid, Feb 28 (.).- The Spanish Public Treasury expects to place between 9,250 and 11,750 million euros this week in various debt denominations, including the first reopening of the green bond issue that was launched in 2021.
According to the calendar established by the Treasury, the first reopening of this twenty-year green bond will be held on Thursday, March 3.
In that auction, Spain will also offer investors three-year bonds, new benchmark seven-year bonds, and other 15-year bonds indexed to inflation.
The objective of the Treasury is to place between 4,750 and 6,250 million euros in that bid.
Two days before, that is, tomorrow, March 1, the Treasury will auction six- and twelve-month bills.
Spain returns to the market at a time of tension due to the invasion of Ukraine by Russia.
Despite this, in the debt market, the return on the ten-year Spanish bond, the benchmark, is trading down, around 1.18%.
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