Government generated Rs19.66 bn from Pakistan Investment Bond auction


Government of Pakistan generated over 19 billion rupees from the PIB bond auction.

Through PIB or Pakistan Investment Bond auction, government raised Rs 19.668 billion held on Wednesday (yesterday). State Bank of Pakistan or SBP auction result revealed that the auction is held against the target of Rs 50 bn.

Against a developing measure of Rs14.98bn, the national bank sold three-year securities worth Rs6.685bn, five-year worth Rs1.75bn and 10-year worth Rs11.233bn with the cut-off yields of 12.25 percent, 12.7pc and 13.15pc individually. Notwithstanding, the legislature did not get any offers for 20-year instruments.

The closeout had pulled in absolute offers worth Rs24.093bn, of which the national bank acknowledged Rs19.66bn and rejected the rest. Preceding Wednesday’s bartering, the SBP has dismissed all offers for the long haul instruments in the quarter.

The SBP tries to bring another Rs50bn up in the up and coming sale to be hung on Jan 23, 2019.

The administration’s getting has seen noteworthy flood in the continuous monetary year as amid only five months, the net acquiring for budgetary help from the SBP has achieved Rs4.8 trillion contrasted with Rs3.61tr in the last financial year.


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