BOJ CD rate drop for a second week

Rates paid on Bank of Jamaica 30 days CDs dropped for a second week at the latest auction on Wednesday this week, to 8.49 percent from 8.85 percent on March 22.
The rate declined from 10.54 percent at the auction on March 17 after BOJ offered $18 billion, which attracted $57.86 billion on March 22. At this week’s auction, $35 billion was offered by the central bank and attracted $70 billion, resulting in the highest successful rate at 8.85 percent and the lowest at 7.5 percent, down from 8.2 percent the week before. BOJ absorbed $88.85 billion at the end of the CD auction, up from $81.85 billion the previous week but still down sharply from a peak at $109.5 on March 1.
The move brings the CD rates in line with Treasury bills, with an average rate for 90 days coming in at 8.21 percent on March 8.

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