Will the T-bill yield fall further in the auction on 23 May?
By Beansprout  •  May 17, 2024

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There was a question in the Beansprout community today about what to expect for the upcoming T-bill auction.  Many investors are probably wondering what the yield for the 6-month Singapore T-bill (BS24110T) auction on 23rd May will be.  This is especially so after the yield on the 6-month T-bill has fallen for 3 consecutive auctions to reach 3.70% in the latest auction on 9th May.  At the same time, we have seen interest rates staying volatile after the recent US consumer price index data.  In this post, I will look at the latest indicators to find out if it might be worthwhile applying for the T-bill.  Source: MAS   < div class="raw-html-embed">
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