(Corrects to say yield was higher in second paragraph.)
June 28 (Bloomberg) -- South Africa’s nine-year borrowing costs rose at an auction of government debt, according to central bank data on Bloomberg.
The Pretoria-based Reserve Bank sold 1.3 billion rand of 7.25 percent notes maturing in 2020 at an average yield of 8.29 percent, 10 basis points, or 0.1 percentage point, higher than at the previous auction of the debt on June 1, according to central bank data.
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