T-bill yield falls to 3.7%. Here’s what is driving the decline
By Beansprout  •  July 4, 2024
The cut-off yield on the latest Singapore T-bill auction on 4 July fell to 3.7%. What happened? The auction results for the first Singapore 6-month T-bill auction for the second half of the year are out. The cut-off yield for the 6-month Singapore T-bill auction (BS24113N) on 4 July fell to 3.7% from 3.74% in the previous auction. This would represent the second consecutive decline in the cut-off yield for the 6-month Singapore T-bill. Thereafter, I saw a discussion in the Beansprout community on the reasons driving the lower yield. In this post, I will be sharing more about why the cut-off yield for the Singapore T-bill fell. Source: MAS What we learnt from the latest 6-month Singapore T-bill auction #1 - Demand for the Singapore T-bill remained strong The total amount of applications for the 6-month Singapore T-bill rose to S$15.6 billion from S$15.5 billion in the previous auction....
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