Business And Markets

Gov’t Sells Bonds Worth $225m

The government sold 54 trillion rials ($225 million) in Islamic bonds during the weekly bond auction held by the Central Bank of Iran. 
Buyers were banks and credit institutions, investment funds as well as institutional and retail investors in the stock market. 
As per a press release posted on CBI’s website, five banks put in bids worth 44.5 trillion rials but the Economy Ministry accepted bids worth 25.6 trillion rials ($106m).  


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