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MAY 15, 2018 | 5:17AM EDT | JAKARTA
Indonesia's finance ministry sold 4.1 trillion rupiah ($292.19 million) of Islamic bonds at an auction on Tuesday, slightly above the indicative target of 4 trillion rupiah, its financing and risk management office said.
The weighted average yield for Islamic T-bills maturing in November 2018 was 4.62500 percent, higher than the 4.40385 percent at the previous auction on May 2.
The project-based sukuk maturing in March 2020 had a weighted average yield of 6.44518 percent, up from 6.21235 percent in the previous auction.
The sukuk maturing in January 2022 had a weighted average yield of 6.85508 percent, higher than the last auction's 6.59260 percent.
The project-based sukuk maturing in November 2031 had a weighted average yield of 7.77764 percent while that maturing in February 2037 had a weighted average yield of 7.98905 percent.
There were no winning bids for the project-based sukuk maturing in October 2025.
Total incoming bids on Tuesday were about 9.2 trillion rupiah, up from 5.53 trillion rupiah in the previous auction.
The highest bid-to-cover ratio was 8.34 for the Islamic T-bills maturing in November 2018.
($1 = 14,032 rupiah)
(Reporting by Nilufar Rizki; Editing by Sunil Nair)
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