Ghana 91-day bill yield rises to 24.0776 percent
ACCRA, June 6
ACCRA, June 6 (Reuters) - The Bank of Ghana said on Friday the yield on its 91-day bill rose marginally to a fresh three-year high of 24.0776 percent at its June 6 auction, from 24.0726 percent at the last auction.
The Bank said 362.74 million cedis ($119.9 million) worth of bids for the 91-day paper were accepted at the auction out of a total 362.75 million cedis of bids tendered.
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($1= 3.0250 cedis) (Reporting by Kwasi Kpodo; Editing by Matthew Mpoke Bigg)
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