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Today, 3 December 2013, an auction was held by The Central Bank of Iceland in which the Bank offered to purchase euros versus payment in the indexed Treasury series RIKS 33 0321. This measure is an element in the removal of restrictions on capital account transactions and will reduce the annual Treasury’s refinancing need. Bonds sold in the series amounted to 85,231,440 kr. nominal value.
The accepted exchange rate in the auction was 210 krona for each Euro.
On 29 November the fixed price for this Treasury bond was announced as 112,106517 kr. with accrued interest and indexation (e. dirty price) with a settlement date of 6 December 2013 (yield 2.80%)1
1 Clean price being 103.0
The Consumer Price Index based on prices in November 2013 is 416.7 points (May 1988=100), 0.36% higher than in October. The CPI less housing cost is 394.5 points, 0.20% higher than in October. The CPI is 3.7% higher in November 2013 than in November 2012 and the CPI less housing cost is 2.9% higher than one year ago. Over the last three months, the CPI has increased by 0.7%, equivalent to an annual inflation rate of 2.8% (1.9% for the CPI less housing cost).Read more