BERLIN, Oct 8 (Reuters) - Germany sold 2.42 billion euros of a new 6-month Bubill on Monday at a negative yield, attracting more demand than at a previous auction in September as the euro zone crisis continues to drive investors into safe haven assets.
The auction drew bids of 2.3 times the amount allotted, compared with 1.5 at a previous sale on September 10.
The average yield was -0.022 percent, compared with -0.015 percent at last month's auction.
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(Reporting by Michelle Martin)
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