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Germany and France sold T-bills Monday for a total of E10.6bln. Italy, Belgium, Finland and the ESM then sold a further E10.2bln. This leaves a total of E20.8bln of Eurozone bills sold in first round operations this week, down from the E29.8bln sold last week.
- Germany kicked off issuance for the week on Monday allotting E3.371bln of the 6-month Apr 21, 2022 bubill with issuance volumes of E4bln.
- France then came to the market and sold E6.639bln of BTFs against a target of E5.6-6.8bln: E2.995bln of the 12-week Jan 5, 2022 BTF, E1.894bln of the 21-week Mar 9, 2022 BTF and E1.750bln of the new 51-week Oct 5, 2022 BTF.