Loans worth MDL 202 mln attracted by the state from the monetary market
The state has attracted in January from the monetary market resources worth MDL 202 mln, by placing treasury bills. On the whole, the Ministry of Finance offered on the market treasury bills worth MDL 205 mln, which were placed at a 98.6% rate. The share of the TB purchased by the non-banking investors in the total volume placed on the primary market has increased from 6.7% in December to 7.3% in January. The structure of the issuances of the state holders is still unchanged – there were issued bills with a maturity of 91, 182 and 364 days, and their share constitutes 96.5% of the total volume. The share of the state bills has increased by 2.1% in December, up to 3.5%. At the same time, the average maturity of the issued state bills has increased by 9 days, up to 194 days. The bills with a maturity of 91 days have the highest share in the structure of treasury bills – 50.1%. The average rate of the Treasury bills placed on the primary market with the maturity of up to one year constituted 15.33% annually compared with 12.89% annually in December 2006. The average rate of the Treasury Bills with a maturity of 2 years has increased by 3.92 percentage points compared with the previous month, constituting 16.9%.