Oct. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Chile’s central bank sold $328 million of 10-, 20- and 30-year inflation-linked bonds.
The 10-year bonds paid a yield of 2.35 percent, the bank said today on its website. The 20-year bonds paid 2.75 percent, and the 30-year bonds paid 2.9 percent.
Banks bought 72 percent of the 10-year bonds while pension funds and others bought all of the 20-year bonds and 98 percent of the 30-year bonds. The 10-year bonds were 179 percent subscribed, the 20-year bonds were 194 percent subscribed and the 30-year bonds were 193 percent subscribed.
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