Serbia sells three-year gov't bonds for 66.2 mln euros

BELGRADE - The Serbian Public Debt Administration has announced it had sold three-year euro government bonds at an auction for 66.2 mln euros.

In a statement, the Administration said an issue of three-year government bonds first issued on January 25, 2024 and maturing on January 29, 2027, had been reopened on Tuesday.

TWF completes first int’l Islamic finance transaction

Türkiye Wealth Fund (TWF) has signed a $100 million Murabaha financing agreement with Sharjah Islamic Bank (SIB).

This three-year term agreement marks the first Islamic finance transaction for the TWF.

Doğan Investment Bank acted as the financial adviser and coordinator for the transaction, the fund said in a statement.

Greece raises 250 mln euro from June 2028 bond reopening

Greece raised 250 million euros ($271.00 million) in a reopening of its 3.875% government bond maturing in June 2028, its debt agency PDMA said on Wednesday.

The yield was 2.85%, unchanged from the previous reopening of the bond in February, it said.

Bids reached a total of 929 million euros and the settlement date is March 27.