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Oct. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Chile’s central bank sold $38 million of 10-year bonds denominated in pesos at a yield of 4.97 percent, the first time it has paid less than 5 percent since at least July 2004.
The bank also sold $84 million of inflation-linked 10-year bonds at a yield of 2.24 percent, the lowest since February 2009. The inflation-linked bond sale had been rescheduled after an auction on Sept. 20 was declared void.
Demand for the inflation-linked bonds totaled more than twice the amount offered, while demand for the fixed-rate bonds was more than three times the amount offered.
Banks bought 45 percent of the fixed-rate peso bonds and 20 percent of the inflation-linked bonds, the central bank said. Pension funds and others took the rest.
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