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Oct. 25 (Bloomberg) -- The Brazilian government sold 934,950 of the 1 million NTN-B notes offered at an auction today, according to a statement posted on the central bank’s website.
The treasury sold 258,050 NTN-B notes due 2050 to yield 5.74 percent on average, 100,000 NTN-B notes due 2040 to yield 5.75 percent on average, 76,900 NTN-B due 2030 to yield 5.738 percent on average, 208,250 NTN-B notes due 2022 to yield 5.76 percent on average, 70,450 NTN-B notes due 2018 to yield 5.6499 percent on average and 221,300 NTN-B due 2016 to yield 5.438 percent on average, according to the statement.
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