Despite that operation, there are still u $ s975 million (almost $ 100,000 million) from Q2V1 that expire in less than 30 days. That is why, on this occasion, Finance will make two baskets available to investors to exchange the instrument in question; one identical to the one offered last month and another 30% made up of a fixed rate bill (Ledes) with a term of February 2022 and 70% for the dollar linked of April 2023.
On the other hand, the Treasury will tender another five instruments in domestic currency: a Treasury liquidity letter (Lelites), available only for Common Investment Funds and maturing at the end of the month, two LEDs maturing in January and March of next year, respectively, and two inflation-indexed bonds (Fuck), one with a deadline of September 2022 and the other with a deadline of March 2023.
As usual, the reception of offers will begin at 10:00 a.m. and end at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 4, 2021.
The bidding of the Ledes and Boncer will be carried out by indicating the price and will not have a minimum or maximum price. In the case of Lelite, it will be for adhesion to the price of $ 979.77 for each Nominal Values (VNO) $ 1,000.
For the Ledes and Boncer there will be a competitive and a non-competitive leg. The offers presented in the competitive tranches must indicate the amount of VNO to be subscribed and the price, which must be expressed for each VNO of $ 1,000 to two decimal places. The offers that are presented in the non-competitive tranches will be limited to a maximum amount of VNO $ 3,000,000, only the amount to be subscribed must be consigned.
Additionally, the LEDs may also be requested in the second round of the tender, which will be held on Friday for the select group of financial institutions and brokerage firms “Aspiring Market Makers.” In this second instance, the total amount to be tendered will be for up to a maximum original nominal value of 20% of the total awarded in the first round of each of the instruments.