September 2040 Government inflation-linked tender #702; weighted average accepted yield was 0.62%; coverage ratio was 1.7x

September 2040 Government inflation-linked tender #702; weighted average accepted yield was 0.62%; coverage ratio was 1.7x

The results from the latest inflation-indexed bond offer by the Treasury's Debt Management Office have been released. The details are shown below.

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Series offered tender Nov 7, 2019 tender Oct 3, 2019 tender Sep 5, 2019 tender Aug 1, 2019 tender Jul 4, 2019 tender Jun 6, 2018   tender Nov 1, 2018
Total Amount Offered ($mln) 50 50 50 50 50 100   100
Total Amount Allocated ($mln) 50 50 50 50 50 100   100
Total Number of Bids Received 26 7 13 27 25 37   39
Total Amount of Bids Received ($mln) 85 107 108 190 137 180   267
Total Number of Successful Bids 11 7 13 6 11 28   13
Highest Yield Accepted (%) 0.6300 0.5200 0.5000 0.8800 0.8800 1.0150   1.7100
Lowest Yield Accepted (%) 0.6050 0.5000 0.4800 0.8750 0.8600 0.9500   1.6900
Highest Yield Rejected (%) 0.7150 0.6000 0.5500 1.0300 0.9800 1.0250   1.7700
Lowest Yield Rejected (%) 0.6300 0.5200 0.5050 0.8800 0.8800 1.0150   1.9600
Weighted Average Accepted Yield (%) 0.6171 0.5090 0.4900 0.8792 0.8691 0.9836   1.6952
Weighted Average Rejected Yield (%) 0.6584 0.5400 0.5200 0.9000 0.8930 1.0206   1.7240
Amount Allotted at Highest Accepted Yield as Percentage of Amount Bid at that Yield* 22.20 93.80 100.00 57.50 40.7 25.0   31.1
Coverage Ratio 1.7000 2.1400 2.1600 3.8000 2.7400 1.8000   2.6700

*Individual allotments may vary due to rounding.

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