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BNA puts 500 million USD to the banking system
Information on money-exchange transactions, published in the BNA web site reveals that the central bank made an issuance of 5.5 billion kwanza to manage current Treasury account. In this placement, 3.7 billion kwanza were Treasury Bills (BT) and 1.8 billion bond (OT), was passed a hundred million auction price in national currency without indexing.
The average interest rate for this issue was 7.00 percent per year to maturity two years, registering growth of 0.34 percent, compared to the previous week. OT has also been issued to foreign exchange variation in the amount of 1.7 billion, with maturities of two and three years, the interest rates of 7.00 and 7.25 percent per year..
The average interest rate determined for the BT was 4.73 percent per year to maturity 364 days, registering growth of 0.03 percent over the previous auction. To regulate liquidity, BNA held in money market open market operations (WCO), to absorb 25,300 million kwanza liquidity, maturity of 63 days. Banks in the interbank market conducted together overnight loans of cash, unsecured bonds, valued at 285,900 million kwanza, lower volume by about 28.41 per cent in the previous week, to 399,400 million..
The LUIBOR overnight (one day) calculated on the last day of the week was 2.96 percent per year, unchanged for a second week, but for maturities of 30, 90, 180, 270 and 360 days stood at 6.78, 7.33, 7.93, 8.70 and 9.60 percent per year, registering variations of -0.02 and 0.06 per cent across all maturities, from the previous week.
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