Hungary sold today as much as 35 billion forint of treasury bills with maturities of one year, where it couldn't reach the target at 45 billion forint due to the rising yields amid fears that troika (EU, IMF and the ECB) are won't resume negotiations on an emergency loan to the country.

The government sold 35 billion forint of 1 year bills with yield of 9.96% compared to the previous yield at 7.91% at the last auction at the same maturities.