March 8, 2012 / 9:51 AM / 8 years ago

TABLE-Details on Indonesia cbank SBI, sharia debt auction

 JAKARTA, March 8 (Reuters) - Indonesia's central bank raised a total
of 10.59 trillion rupiah ($1.16 billion) from an auction of nine-month SBI debt
and sharia SBI debt on Thursday.	
 Following are the results of the auction:	
 	
                       Latest                   Feb
 Nine-month SBI:                                   
 Weighted average rate    3.82637                  3.82290
 (pct)                                             
 Amount absorbed (bln     10,423.00                5,000.00
 rph)                                              
 - Total incoming bids    15,108.00                47,549.50
 (bln rph)                                         
 SOR (stop out rate)      4.00                     3.84
 (pct)                                             
 Bid rate range (pct)     2.75-4.75                3.75-4.90
 Frequency of incoming    143                      266
 bids                                              
 
 Nine-month sharia SBI:                            
 Weighted average rate    3.82637                  3.82290
 (pct)                                             
 Amount absorbed (bln     167.50                   362.50
 rph)                                              
 - Total incoming bids    167.50                   362.50
 (bln rph)                                         
 Frequency of incoming    3                        5
 bids                                              
 ($1 = 9,110 rupiah)	
	
 (Reporting by Aditya Suharmoko; Editing by Neil Chatterjee)	
 
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