- Belgium has sold 2.53 billion euros ($3.02 billion) of short-term debt, with yields rising on the most frequently auctioned maturity, the country's debt agency said on Tuesday.
Yields on three-month paper rose to a negative 0.570 percent from a negative 0.621 percent last week. Paper expiring a year from now also rose compared to the last auction of 2017 to a negative yield of 0.546 percent.
Investors have paid rather than received interest on holding Belgium’s short-term borrowings for more than three years. ($1 = 0.8384 euros)