South Korean Bond Yields as of December 18, 2023

SEOUL - The bond yields in South Korea on December 18, 2023, witnessed slight fluctuations compared to the previous session, according to the latest data.

According to Yonhap News Agency, The one-year Treasury bond (TB) yield decreased by 0.6 basis points, closing at 3.483 percent, compared to the previous session's 3.489 percent. Similarly, the two-year TB yield also saw a reduction of 0.6 basis points, ending the day at 3.369 percent, down from 3.375 percent. The three-year TB yield experienced a marginal drop of 0.4 basis points, finishing at 3.277 percent, compared to 3.281 percent in the previous session.

In contrast, the ten-year TB yield fell significantly by 2.2 basis points, settling at 3.336 percent, down from 3.358 percent. The two-year municipal standard bond (MSB) yield, however, increased slightly by 0.5 basis points, closing at 3.375 percent compared to 3.370 percent. The three-year corporate bond (CB) with an AA- rating saw a decrease of 0.5 basis points, ending at 4.005 percent, compared to 4.010 percent.

The 91-day certificate of deposit (CD) rate remained unchanged at 3.830 percent.

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