91 Day Treasury Bill
Source:Bloomberg - Ghana's three-month borrowing costs are poised to climb to the highest since February 2010 as the central bank implements measures to stem a drop in the cedi, the world's second-worst performer against the dollar this year. The 91-day Treasury-bill
11.44 AM May 7th 2012
The Reserve Bank of India is likely to auction the 91-day treasury bills at 8.52 percent and the 364-day t-bills at 8.06 percent, the median estimate of 10 respondents in a poll showed. For the 91-day treasury bills, the highest forecast was 8.45 percent, while the lowest was 8.56 percent
1.21 PM Jan 15th 2012
The Reserve Bank of India is likely to auction the 91-day treasury bills at 8.4350 percent and the 364-day t-bills at 8.2950 percent, poll showed. For the 91-day treasury bills, the highest forecast was 8.50 percent while the lowest was 8.40 percent and for the 364-day bills, these were 8
9.25 PM Jan 1st 2012
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