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WDM witnesses trade worth Rs 2,865.07 cr on NSE

Last Updated: Friday, June 1, 2012 - 19:47

Mumbai: The Wholesale Debt Market (WDM) segment of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) on Friday witnessed a total turnover of Rs 2,865.07 crore in 130 trades.

Top securities (non-repo) traded at the WDM were:

The 8.79 percent government securities maturing in 2021, which traded at Rs 1015.00 crore at a weighted yield of 8.37 percent, the 9.15 percent government securities maturing in 2024, which traded at Rs 590.00 crore at a weighted yield of 8.41 percent and the 364-days Treasury bills (issue no.190413), which traded at Rs 105.00 crore at a weighted yield of 8.13 percent.

During the week ended today, the total turnover was Rs 12,207.44 crore and the total number of trades during the week at 516.

The highest amount of trade during the week was at Rs 2,865.07 crore as on today, while the lowest volume Rs 1,956.11 crore as on May 31.

This week, the weighted yield on government securities with a maturity period of 0-3 years, 3-7 years, 7-10 years and more than 10 years was quoted at 8.10 percent, 8.39 percent, 8.51 percent and 8.57 percent, respectively.

The weighted yields on treasury bills maturing within 90 days was 8.34 percent, it was 8.36 percent for bills of 91-182 days tenure, and 8.27 percent for bills of 183-365 days' tenure.

During the week, the cumulative value of government securities, treasury bills and state government securities trading on the WDM was Rs.10,179.09 crore, trading in Non- Government securities was at Rs 2,028.35 crore, representing 83.38 percent and 16.62 percent of the total traded value, respectively, the NSE release said.


First Published: Friday, June 1, 2012 - 19:47
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