Hint mode is switched on Switch off
For swift navigation between sections

Portugal: bonds, indices, credit ratings

Country name
Portugal
Bond debt
175,161 mln USD

Find Any Data on Any Bond in Just One Click

Full data on over 500,000 bonds and stocks worldwide

Powerful bond screener

Ratings from the top 3 global ratings agencies, plus over 70 local ones

Over 300 pricing sources from the OTC market and world stock exchanges

User-friendly and intuitive across multiple platforms

Get access

Latest data on

Cbonds Bond Market Statistics - Portugal

Add indexes to compare Apply

Indices for comparison

Close
30/11/2022
14.640 USD Billion
30/11/2022
67.554 USD Billion
30/11/2022
17.705 USD Billion
30/11/2022
0.000 USD Billion
30/11/2022
4.707 USD Billion
30/11/2022
3.064 USD Billion
30/11/2022
49 Units
30/11/2022
0 Units
30/11/2022
0 Units
30/11/2022
1 Units
30/11/2022
0 Units
30/11/2022
0 Units
30/11/2022
0 Units
30/11/2022
48 Units
30/11/2022
176 Units
30/11/2022
0 Units
30/11/2022
19 Units
30/11/2022
1 Units
30/11/2022
0.000 USD Billion
30/11/2022
0.103 USD Billion
30/11/2022
0.000 USD Billion
30/11/2022
0.000 USD Billion
30/11/2022
0.000 USD Billion
30/11/2022
0.000 USD Billion

Profile

The Obrigações do Tesouro (OT) are the main instrument used by the Republic of Portugal to satisfy its borrowing requirements. OT are medium- and long-term book-entry securities issued by syndication, auction or by tap with:

- maturities of between 1 and 50 years;

- bearing a fixed interest rate coupon or not (zero coupon);

- redeemable on maturity at nominal value

- with the possibility of stripping.

All OT lines are admitted to trading on the Special Market for Public Debt (MEDIP managed by MTS Portugal). Larger-sized OT lines are also listed on the EuroMTS platform.

The placement of OT in the primary market is ensured by a group of financial institutions with the status of Primary Dealers (OEVT) or Other Auction Participants (OMP). Both OEVT and OMP have to participate in MEDIP, according to this status, and the OEVT have the obligation of promoting the liquidity of the secondary market.

Since their creation in 1985 the Bilhetes do Tesouro (BT) were also an important source of State funding and of monetary intervention.

Portugal is currently under an Economic and Financial Assistance Programme (EFAP) and therefore not issuing Medium and Long Term Bonds.

Awards

Documentation

Stocks

Latest issues

Participation in international organizations

Bond debt by currency

Codes

  • LEI
    549300P6U1FJ3IMP7K42
  • SIC
    8888 FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS
  • CIK
    0000911076

Credit ratings

Macroeconomic Indicators - Portugal

Registration is required to get access.