South Korean Bond Yields See Notable Changes in Latest Session

SEOUL -- South Korea's bond market experienced shifts in yields across various maturities in the latest trading session. The changes were observed in treasury bills (TB) and monetary stabilization bonds (MSB), as well as corporate bonds (CB). According to the latest data, the one-year TB yield increased slightly by 0.9 basis points (BP) to 3.460 percent, while the two-year TB saw a more significant rise of 4.2 BP, reaching 3.380 percent. The three-year TB yield climbed by 5.6 BP to 3.283 percent.

According to Yonhap News Agency, The ten-year TB also experienced an increase of 5.6 BP, ending at 3.344 percent. In the case of the two-year MSB, yields rose by 4.1 BP to 3.358 percent. Furthermore, the three-year AA- rated corporate bond (CB) witnessed an increase of 5.5 BP, settling at 4.032 percent. However, the 91-day certificate of deposit (CD) saw a decrease of 1.0 BP, closing at 3.810 percent.

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