The Central Bank of Kenya accepted KSh 20.6 Billion out of bids worth KSh 36.6 Billion at the weekly Treasury Bills auction, a performance rate of 152.41%.
The one year Treasury Bills was the most attractive, receiving bids worth KSh 23.8 Billion compared to KSh 10 Billion on offer, a performance rate of 238.21%. The CBK accepted KSh 13.8 Billion.
The six months Treasury Bills received bids worth KSh 10.3 Billion out of KSh 10 Billion that was offered, a performance rate of 103.09%. The CBK accepted KSh 4.4 Billion.
The 91 days Treasury Bills received bids worth KSh 2.4 Billion out of the KSh 4 Billion on offer, a subscription rate of 61.21%, with the CBK accepting KSh 2.4 Billion.
What CBK offered bidders
Rates for the 91-day, 182 days and 364 day Treasury Bills was 7.139%, 7.865% and 9.156% at this auction compared to 7.155%, 7.953% and 9.284% at the last auction.
The next Treasury Bills auction and bids closure is 3rd June 2021, with results to be announced on 4th June 2021.
Investors must submit their bids to CBK by 2.00 p.m. on Thursday, 3rd June 2021 for 91-day, 182-day and 364-day Treasury Bills.
Payments above KSh1 Million must reach the Central Bank not later than 2.00 p.m on Monday, 7th June 2021.