ACCRA (Reuters) - The Bank of Ghana said the yield on its weekly 91-day bill rose to 12.62 percent at an auction on Friday, from 12.35 percent at the last such sale on Aug 4.
The bank said it had accepted 580.42 million cedis ($130.48 million) worth of bids out of the 627.57 million cedis tendered for the paper, which will be issued on Aug 14.
For full details, click here: https://bog.gov.gh/privatecontent/Treasury/Auctresults%201550.pdf
($1 = 4.4480 Ghanaian cedis)
(Reporting by Kwasi Kpodo; editing by Andrew Roche)
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