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Turkey bonds

Country name
Turkey
Bond debt
166,941 mln USD

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Cbonds Total Return and Price Indices - Turkey

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Cbonds Bond Market Statistics - Turkey

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30/06/2022
38.667 USD Billion
30/06/2022
2.774 USD Billion
30/06/2022
122.905 USD Billion
30/06/2022
0.885 USD Billion
30/06/2022
0.000 USD Billion
30/06/2022
83.352 USD Billion
30/06/2022
148 Units
30/06/2022
1 Units
30/06/2022
25
30/06/2022
1 Units
30/06/2022
0 Units
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0
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0 Units
30/06/2022
106 Units
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202 Units
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2 Units
30/06/2022
0 Units
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40 Units
30/06/2022
0.163 USD Billion
30/06/2022
0.027 USD Billion
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0.000 USD Billion
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0.000 USD Billion
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0.000 USD Billion
30/06/2022
0.027 USD Billion

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Turkey has the sixth largest local currency bond market among the emerging market countries. Its key instruments are corporate bonds, commercial paper and bank bills.

The corporate bond market in Turkey amounted to only TL481 million (US$340million) at the end of 2009, jumping up to TL1.4 billion5 (US$1.9 billion) in end 2010 and to TL4.3 billion in end 2011. This is still very small in comparison to other major emerging market countries.

Since the Turkish eurobond market opened in early 2011, banks and corporates are now allowed to issue eurobonds directly without having to pay withholding tax on interest payments under the bonds. This change in law, along with the favourable market conditions, has encouraged many Turkish issuers (predominantly banks) to come to market.

Strategic benchmarks in public debt are:
- To make borrowing mainly in TL;
- To use fixed rate TL instruments as the major source of domestic cash borrowing and decrease the share of debt which has interest rate refixing period less than 12 months;
- To increase the average maturity of domestic cash borrowing taking market conditions into consideration and decrease the share of debt maturing within 12 months;

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  • LEI
    5493000PCHOG3B6S3Q85
  • SIC
    8888 FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS
  • CIK
    0000869687

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