South Korean Bond Yields Show Slight Fluctuations on December 22, 2023

SEOUL - In the latest financial developments, South Korean bond yields exhibited minor changes on December 22, 2023, compared to their previous session's performance.

According to Yonhap News Agency, the yield on one-year Treasury Bills (TB) decreased marginally by 0.1 basis points, settling at 3.453 percent, down from 3.454 percent. The yield on two-year TBs also saw a decrease, falling by 0.7 basis points to 3.312 percent from 3.319 percent. Similarly, three-year TBs experienced a slight drop of 0.2 basis points, closing at 3.234 percent compared to the previous session's 3.236 percent. In contrast, the yield on ten-year TBs increased slightly by 0.4 basis points, ending at 3.301 percent, up from 3.297 percent.

Further, the yield on two-year Monetary Stabilization Bonds (MSB) decreased by 0.4 basis points to 3.338 percent, down from 3.342 percent. The yield on three-year Corporate Bonds (CB) with an AA- rating also fell marginally by 0.3 basis points, finishing at 3.972 percent as opposed to 3.975 percent. Notably, the yield on 91-day Certificates of Deposit (CD) remained unchanged at 3.830 percent.

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