Oct. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Chile’s central bank sold $107 million of five-year and $85.3 million of 10-year inflation- linked bonds in an auction today, the bank said on its website.
The central bank set a yield of 2.06 percent on the five- year bonds, up from 1.78 percent at a similar auction on Oct. 4, and 2.35 percent on the 10-year bonds, up from 2.24 percent on Oct. 6.
Investors placed orders for 143 percent of the amount of five-year bonds offered and 244 percent of the amount of 10-year bonds offered. Banks bought 86 percent of the five-year and 95 percent of the 10-year bonds.
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