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Germany bonds

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Germany
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in foreign currency
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Bond debt
1,558,485 mln USD

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1,030.720 USD Billion
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1,706.739 USD Billion
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1,045.848 USD Billion
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15.129 USD Billion
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455.922 USD Billion
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0.000 USD Billion
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2,121 Units
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32 Units
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173 Units
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2,084 Units
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13,231 Units
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37 Units
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889 Units
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17.897 USD Billion
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29.204 USD Billion
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0.903 USD Billion
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8.054 USD Billion
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0.000 USD Billion
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16.994 USD Billion

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The Federal Republic of Germany - Finance Agency is the central service provider for the Federal Republic of Germany's borrowing and debt management.

As of Q1 2013 total amount outstanding is EUR 1089.1 billion.

The market for German Government securities is widely regarded as liquid, straightforward and clearly structured. Divided into money market and capital market instruments, German Government securities offer original maturities ranging from three months to 30 years. In the money market segment, the Federal Government issues Treasury discount paper (“Bubills”) with maturities of six and twelve months. The offering of capital market products begins with Federal Treasury notes (“Schaetze”) with a maturity of two years, followed by five-year Federal notes (“Bobls”) and Federal bonds (“Bunds”) with maturities of ten and 30 years. Since 2006, the Federal Government has also been issuing inflation-linked securities with maturities of five and ten years so far. Securities, all of which are placed by auction as single issues, start off with volumes of at least € 2 billion, although total volumes outstanding in some of the most liquid securities have reached more than € 20 billion.

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  • LEI
    529900AQBND3S6YJLY83
  • Swift
    BDFGDEF1XXX
  • SIC
    9199 General government

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