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Australia bonds

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Australia
Bond debt
640,034 mln USD

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Cbonds Bond Market Statistics - Australia

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331.001 USD Billion
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0.535 USD Billion
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0.262 USD Billion
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0.535 USD Billion

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Australia is a country comprising the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania and numerous smaller islands. It is a highly developed country with a high-income economy dominated by its service sector.

The Australian bond market is represented by government, municipal and corporate bonds. Australian Government Bonds (AGBs) are debt securities issued by the Australian Government. Exchange-traded Australian Government Bonds (eAGBs) are represented by exchanged-traded Treasury Bonds (eTBs) which provide fixed interest payments, and exchange-traded Treasury Indexed Bonds (eTIBs) which provide interest payments linked to inflation and are traded on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). The Government also issues Treasury Notes – short-term discount securities. Their maturity is usually less than 6 months. All government bonds are denominated in Australian dollars, circulating in Australia’s primary and secondary bond markets. Unlike many other nations, Australia’s government bond market is significantly smaller than its non-government bond market.

The Australian corporate bond market can be divided into four main categories: Australian financial institutions, Australian corporate’s (non-financials), Long-dated asset-backed securities and “Kangaroo” bonds. Kangaroo bonds are issued by non-residents in the Australian domestic market and denominated in Australian dollars. Also, such papers are known as “matilda bonds”.

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    9131 Executive and legislative combined

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