South Korean Bond Yields for December 26, 2023

SEOUL: The latest bond yield rates for South Korea as of December 26, 2023, have been released, showing minor fluctuations in the market. The rates are as follows: the 1-year Treasury Bill (TB) stands at 3.459%, slightly up by 0.6 basis points from the previous session. The 2-year TB has seen a marginal decrease of 0.2 basis points, settling at 3.310%. The 3-year TB experienced a decline of 1.3 basis points, bringing it down to 3.221%. Notably, the 10-year TB decreased by 3.0 basis points, now at 3.271%.

According to Yonhap News Agency, In other categories, the 2-year Monetary Stabilization Bond (MSB) dropped slightly by 0.4 basis points to 3.334%, while the 3-year Corporate Bond (CB) rated AA- decreased by 1.0 basis points to 3.962%. The 91-day Certificate of Deposit (CD) remained unchanged at 3.830%. These figures provide a snapshot of the current state of South Korea's bond market, reflecting subtle movements that are part of regular market dynamics.

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