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The first 10-year treasury bonds auctioned on February, this year, attracted few bids
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Funds raised from the sale of the long-term debt government securities are targeted to finance development projects like road and railway infrastructures that are necessary cutting down cost of transport.
Some of the key investors in government securities include pension funds, insurance firms, some microfinance companies and few commercial banks.
The second 10-year treasury bonds was auctioned last week and is expected to mature in
April 2026. It attracted bids 105.14/- compared to 49.20/- offered for bidding.
The Bank of Tanzania (BoT) auction summary shows, however, that the government retained only 21.70bn/- which is far below even the amount sought to be raised.
The weighted average yield to maturity increased slightly to 18.84 per cent compared to
18.82 per cent of the session held in February, this year.
The weighted average coupon yield also made slight increase to 17.03 per cent
compared to 17.00 per cent of the previous session.
The weighted average price for successful bids declined to 67.14 compared to 67.26.
Only seven bids that were received out of 75 emerged successful. The highest bid offered at the auction was 69.36 while the lowest is 57.50; the minimum successful bid/100 was 67.01.