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Treasury Bills and Bonds
Ericsson
#1421 Posted : Friday, October 16, 2020 8:27:00 AM
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Impunity wrote:
Anyone for the reopened 25 year?



Results are on the CBK website.
Wealth is built through a relatively simple equation
Wealth=Income + Investments - Lifestyle
Impunity
#1422 Posted : Monday, November 16, 2020 11:33:22 PM
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MatataMingi
#1423 Posted : Friday, November 27, 2020 11:52:25 AM
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WHY are CBK not offering 2 or 3 year Bonds?
It will stretch maturity from all the T-Bills that they offer every week.
maka
#1424 Posted : Friday, November 27, 2020 12:28:39 PM
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MatataMingi wrote:
WHY are CBK not offering 2 or 3 year Bonds?
It will stretch maturity from all the T-Bills that they offer every week.


Ummh arent T- Bills and T - Bonds viewed differently? Comparing for lack of a better word oranges with apples or what is the saying again smile ?

They have been stretching maturities with longer tenor bonds.

November:

Re Open; FXD 2/2013/15 and FXD 1/2018/20

October:

Re Open; FXD 1/2011/20 and FXD 1/2018/25

September:

Re open;

FXD 2/2010/15 FXD 1/2020/15 FXD 1/2011/20


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MatataMingi
#1425 Posted : Friday, November 27, 2020 4:43:42 PM
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maka wrote:
MatataMingi wrote:
WHY are CBK not offering 2 or 3 year Bonds?
It will stretch maturity from all the T-Bills that they offer every week.


Ummh arent T- Bills and T - Bonds viewed differently? Comparing for lack of a better word oranges with apples or what is the saying again smile ?

They have been stretching maturities with longer tenor bonds.

November:

Re Open; FXD 2/2013/15 and FXD 1/2018/20

October:

Re Open; FXD 1/2011/20 and FXD 1/2018/25

September:

Re open;

FXD 2/2010/15 FXD 1/2020/15 FXD 1/2011/20




True maka. However, aren't the T-Bills & T-Bonds issued by the same CBK.

You are correct, that CBK have been stretching the maturities with longer term T-Bonds.

However, in order to stretch the maturities a bit more, they could offer a 2 or 3 year Bond.
That would take a big chunk of T-Bill applications to these lower term Bonds.

My thoughts anyway.
maka
#1426 Posted : Friday, November 27, 2020 10:39:31 PM
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MatataMingi wrote:
maka wrote:
MatataMingi wrote:
WHY are CBK not offering 2 or 3 year Bonds?
It will stretch maturity from all the T-Bills that they offer every week.


Ummh arent T- Bills and T - Bonds viewed differently? Comparing for lack of a better word oranges with apples or what is the saying again smile ?

They have been stretching maturities with longer tenor bonds.

November:

Re Open; FXD 2/2013/15 and FXD 1/2018/20

October:

Re Open; FXD 1/2011/20 and FXD 1/2018/25

September:

Re open;

FXD 2/2010/15 FXD 1/2020/15 FXD 1/2011/20




True maka. However, aren't the T-Bills & T-Bonds issued by the same CBK.

You are correct, that CBK have been stretching the maturities with longer term T-Bonds.

However, in order to stretch the maturities a bit more, they could offer a 2 or 3 year Bond.
That would take a big chunk of T-Bill applications to these lower term Bonds.

My thoughts anyway.



You are very correct 2 year bonds have been rare this year.
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