Yields fall in South African government bond auction
JOHANNESBURG, Jan 25 (Reuters) - South Africa's government sold a total of 3.9 billion rand ($255 million) of its 2026 ZAR186= , 2035 ZAR2035= and 2040 ZAR2040= bonds at a weekly auction on Tuesday.
Yields were lower than previous auctions. R186 BOND: Dec 21, 2026 - 10.5% coupon Auction date
25/01/22 18/01/22 Best bid %
7.700 Worst bid %
7.960 Clearing yield %
7.790 Total bids (R'bln)
6.595 Allocated (R'bln)
5.1 R2035 BOND: Feb 28, 2035 - 8.875% coupon Auction date:
25/01/22 23/11/21 Best bid %
10.460 Worst bid %
10.880 Clearing yield %
10.590 Total bids (R'bln)
3.165 Allocated (R'bln)
2.4 R2040 BOND: Jan 31, 2040 - 9% coupon Auction date:
Best bid %
Worst bid %
Clearing yield %
Total bids (R'bln)
($1 = 15.2994 rand)
Reporting by Alexander Winning Editing by Tim Cocks
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