© Reuters. The Treasury will appeal to the market again this week with an auction of bills
Madrid, Dec 5 (.) .- The Spanish Public Treasury will appeal to the market again this week with an auction of six and twelve month bills to be held on Tuesday.
This will be the third to last bid of the month. After her, the Treasury only plans to carry out two more auctions; on the 14th, three and nine-month bills, and on the 16th, for government bonds and obligations.
In the last auction held last Thursday, Spain placed 2,500 million euros in three different denominations of State obligations that, in almost all cases, came out at a lower interest.
Thus, the ten-year debt reduced profitability to 0.395%; and in other ten-year obligations, but with a residual life of three years and eleven months, at -0.390%.
Spain also awarded 15-year bonds indexed to inflation, but at a higher interest of -1.037%.
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