Jordan Central Bank to issue JD50m treasury bonds

10 February 2010

The Central Bank of Jordan said on Tuesday it has invited offers for six-month treasury bills worth 50 million dinars ($70.5m). The CBJ, acting on behalf of the government, will auction the T-bills to banks and investment and pension funds on Wednesday, and settlement will be a day later. The bills, which are open to local and foreign investors via banks, mature on Aug 11, 2010 and are the first to be sold in 2010.

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