The National Treasury failed to meet its June 23, 2022 tap sale of Ksh.25 billion when it managed to raise Ksh.19.6 billion.
The three-year and fifteen-year fixed-rate Treasury Bond represented a 78.4 percent drop in the Ksh.25 bids.
Treasury received bids totaling Ksh.21.2 billion. Interest rates remained
Kenya is now seeking an additional Ksh.25 billion from the Treasury Bonds to fill up the local borrowing gap before the end of the current fiscal year on June 30, 2022.
This has seen the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) put out a tap sale of
The National Treasury is looking to acquire Ksh.70 billion from two bonds that are under the domestic credit market.
The two bonds were made public by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) on Thursday, listing the first bond, a three-year paper at Ksh.40 billion, and the
The National treasury wants Ksh.50 billion from the bonds that have been re-opened for auction by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK).
Investors have seen the re-opening of three bonds that were put in the public eye on Thursday and are set to run up to
The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) is expected to close out its
sale of Ksh.50 billion worth of treasury bonds on Tuesday.
While the previous tapping of Ksh.50 billion in August came
under flowing taps of investor funds represented in excess market liquidity,
September’s re-opening of the pair of