Oct. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Hungary sold a planned 30 billion forint ($138 million) in three-month Treasury bills at an auction today as financing costs fell.
The average yield dropped to 6.03 percent compared with 6.04 percent a week ago, according to results from the Debt Management Agency published on Bloomberg.
Investors bid for 59 billion forint in debt, down from 80 billion forint at the last sale.
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