Jan. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Hungary sold 50 billion forint, 5 billion forint more than planned, in three-month Treasury bills as borrowing costs fell.
The average yield was 7.41 percent compared with 7.65 percent on Jan. 24. Investors bid for 137 billion forint in debt, from 90 billion forint a week ago.
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