(ECO) TURKISH TREASURY SELLS $1 BLN NOTES UNDER EXTERNAL DEBT PROGRAM.
The Treasury earlier said that it mandated Barclays Capital and Goldman Sachs for the reopening of its USD-denominated notes with a 5.625 percent coupon rate and 5.25 percent interest yield.
The Treasury said Friday's issuing was the lowest-cost ever in the U.S. dollar-market and demand for the notes was five times bigger than the issued size.
The Treasury said with the latest issuing foreign borrowing in 2010 so far had reached to $6 billion.
(THROUGH ASIA PULSE)
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|Publication:||Anadolu (Eskisehir, Turkey)|
|Date:||Jul 30, 2010|
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