South Korean Bond Yields as of November 30, 2023

Seoul - The yields on South Korean government bonds showed varying movements on November 30, 2023. The one-year treasury bill (TB) yield decreased slightly to 3.653 percent from the previous session's 3.656 percent, marking a change of -0.3 basis points. The three-year TB yield increased by 2.9 basis points, rising to 3.583 percent from 3.554 percent.

According to Yonhap News Agency, Additionally, the two-year monetary stabilization bond (MSB) saw an uptick of 1.8 basis points, reaching 3.622 percent from the previous 3.604 percent. There were no reported yields for the two-year TB, ten-year TB, three-year credit bond (AA-), and the 91-day certificate of deposit (CD) for this session.

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