RBI holds OMO auction worth Rs 15,000 crore for liquidity in system; settlements to be done today

While the notified amount was Rs 15,000 crore, total amount offered stood at Rs 39,529 crore but the central bank accepted only the notified amount.

Press Trust of India March 27, 2020 07:15:59 IST
RBI holds OMO auction worth Rs 15,000 crore for liquidity in system; settlements to be done today

Mumbai: As part of its continuing efforts to keep the system with adequate liquidity, the Reserve Bank on Thursday held an open market operation (OMO) auction for Rs 15,000 crore.

The settlement for the same will be done on Friday, the central bank said.

While the notified amount was Rs 15,000 crore, total amount offered stood at Rs 39,529 crore but the central bank accepted only the notified amount.

The OMO is offering 8.08 percent for the instrument maturing in 2022, and 7.68 percent for those maturing in 2023 and the eight-year bond is priced at 7.17 percent.

On 24 March also the RBI had conducted an OMO of same amount.

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