In a Reuters report, the Debt Management Office (DMO) said a total of N20billion worth of the five-year bond was sold at 16.49percent, up 95 basis points from 15.54percent from the previous sale in February.The 10-year paper was sold at 16.84 percent compared with 15.75 percent previously, raising a total of 40 billion naira, while 31 billion naira worth of the 20-year debt note was sold at a yield of 19.99 percent, up from 15.85 percent previously.
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