Egypt T-bill yields climb at auction

CAIRO (Reuters) - Yields on Egyptian treasury bills rose at an auction on Sunday, and the central bank sold the entire amount it offered.

The average yield on 91-day treasury bills rose to 11.003 percent at Sunday's auction from 10.904 percent last week, the central bank said. The yield on 266-day T-bills increased to 11.131 percent from 10.970 percent.

The bank sold 2 billion Egyptian pounds of the 91-day T-bills and 3.5 billion pounds of the 266-day bills, the entire amount on offer.

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