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NZ government bonds

Treasury's debt office can issue government bonds in excess of new government debt ceiling
4th May 22, 7:50am
Treasury's debt office can issue government bonds in excess of new government debt ceiling
New Zealand Government Bonds now qualify for the World Government Bond Index, and while they may be the smallest component of that index, they offer the highest yield for a AAA/AA rating
5th Apr 22, 12:35pm
by Guest
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New Zealand Government Bonds now qualify for the World Government Bond Index, and while they may be the smallest component of that index, they offer the highest yield for a AAA/AA rating
Treasury slashes its debt issuance forecast, but commits to keeping a cash buffer of at least $15 billion
15th Dec 21, 1:08pm
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Treasury slashes its debt issuance forecast, but commits to keeping a cash buffer of at least $15 billion
Gareth Vaughan on the danger from African Covid variants, Deutsche Bank's 'pot, kettle black' moment, Elizabeth Warren v Wells Fargo, household debt on the march & the buyers of long-term NZ government debt
17th Sep 21, 10:08am
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Gareth Vaughan on the danger from African Covid variants, Deutsche Bank's 'pot, kettle black' moment, Elizabeth Warren v Wells Fargo, household debt on the march & the buyers of long-term NZ government debt
Government to borrow $3 billion in 30-year bond issue after receiving more than $12 billion worth of investor interest
14th Sep 21, 1:57pm
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Government to borrow $3 billion in 30-year bond issue after receiving more than $12 billion worth of investor interest
Government to borrow up to $3 billion in 30-year bond issue, which will be its longest-term debt on issue
13th Sep 21, 11:02am
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Government to borrow up to $3 billion in 30-year bond issue, which will be its longest-term debt on issue
Grant Robertson confident the Government won't need to borrow more to pay for this lockdown - for now; We take a closer look at the numbers
25th Aug 21, 12:30pm
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Grant Robertson confident the Government won't need to borrow more to pay for this lockdown - for now; We take a closer look at the numbers
New Zealand Debt Management outlines plans for a 30-year government bond as Budget updates government funding plans
20th May 21, 3:01pm
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New Zealand Debt Management outlines plans for a 30-year government bond as Budget updates government funding plans
Treasury unit issues $4 billion New Zealand government bond after receiving more than $18 billion worth of interest from investors
28th Oct 20, 3:08pm
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Treasury unit issues $4 billion New Zealand government bond after receiving more than $18 billion worth of interest from investors
In a sign of these COVID times, the government's bond issuance has ramped up dramatically but the interest to be paid on the borrowing hasn't
15th Sep 20, 5:03pm
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In a sign of these COVID times, the government's bond issuance has ramped up dramatically but the interest to be paid on the borrowing hasn't
Treasury gets a tender result for an inflation-linked bond that returns a negative yield before the CPI component
10th Sep 20, 2:36pm
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Treasury gets a tender result for an inflation-linked bond that returns a negative yield before the CPI component
Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr walks through the concept of a negative OCR, what it will mean for borrowers, savers, lenders, the government and the NZ$, and where we might go from there
25th Aug 20, 2:48pm
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Kiwibank chief economist Jarrod Kerr walks through the concept of a negative OCR, what it will mean for borrowers, savers, lenders, the government and the NZ$, and where we might go from there
The Crown Settlement Account at the Reserve Bank, where the Government deposits surplus funds, reaches new highs as the COVID-19 crisis rages
21st Aug 20, 9:51am
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The Crown Settlement Account at the Reserve Bank, where the Government deposits surplus funds, reaches new highs as the COVID-19 crisis rages
Treasury expects to issue $25 bln of Government Bonds in June year; says it will collaborate with the RBNZ to ensure the market functions efficiently & yields remain low
1st Apr 20, 9:06am
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Treasury expects to issue $25 bln of Government Bonds in June year; says it will collaborate with the RBNZ to ensure the market functions efficiently & yields remain low
RBNZ takes steps to shore-up NZ financial markets, on top of Monday's OCR cut, as coronavirus crisis escalates. Bank economists anticipate RBNZ's next move will be buying Government bonds, or QE
20th Mar 20, 1:22pm
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RBNZ takes steps to shore-up NZ financial markets, on top of Monday's OCR cut, as coronavirus crisis escalates. Bank economists anticipate RBNZ's next move will be buying Government bonds, or QE
Capital gains from bonds can far exceed the coupon interest when interest rates fall, as they have done for years. The size of these gains is impressive
16th Jan 20, 11:45am
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Capital gains from bonds can far exceed the coupon interest when interest rates fall, as they have done for years. The size of these gains is impressive
Why Treasury only expects to issue an additional $8 billion of bonds to cover $15 billion of new capital expenditure, and how further issuance is expected when higher operational expenditure is 'inevitably' announced
12th Dec 19, 7:29am
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Why Treasury only expects to issue an additional $8 billion of bonds to cover $15 billion of new capital expenditure, and how further issuance is expected when higher operational expenditure is 'inevitably' announced
One of the world’s biggest credit rating agencies says as Government debt is already so low, increasing it by a few percentage points would be unlikely to impact NZ's overall credit rating
12th Apr 18, 7:41am
by Jason Walls
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One of the world’s biggest credit rating agencies says as Government debt is already so low, increasing it by a few percentage points would be unlikely to impact NZ's overall credit rating
The Govt’s target of getting net Crown debt down to 20% of GDP by 2022 has been questioned, but Finance Minister Grant Robertson is not budging from his commitment
16th Mar 18, 3:12pm
by Jason Walls
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The Govt’s target of getting net Crown debt down to 20% of GDP by 2022 has been questioned, but Finance Minister Grant Robertson is not budging from his commitment
Harbour Asset Management's Christian Hawkesby sees some scope for policy to be more adventurous over time under the new government
20th Oct 17, 3:02pm
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Harbour Asset Management's Christian Hawkesby sees some scope for policy to be more adventurous over time under the new government
Gareth Vaughan & David Chaston with charts, charts & more charts; Auckland house prices, gold, Basel & the mortgage boom, 5,000 years of interest rates, credit default swaps & more
19th May 17, 10:02am
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Gareth Vaughan & David Chaston with charts, charts & more charts; Auckland house prices, gold, Basel & the mortgage boom, 5,000 years of interest rates, credit default swaps & more
Higher than expected tax revenue and lower than forecast core expenses push govt's 7-month surplus to $1.145 bln, well above expectations
7th Mar 17, 10:00am
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Higher than expected tax revenue and lower than forecast core expenses push govt's 7-month surplus to $1.145 bln, well above expectations
Moody's updates its outlook on NZ's Aaa sovereign credit rating, says increased government debt or problems with banks ability to access offshore funding the key threats to it
1st Jul 16, 3:24pm
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Moody's updates its outlook on NZ's Aaa sovereign credit rating, says increased government debt or problems with banks ability to access offshore funding the key threats to it
Latest 2020 Government nominal tender #574; Investors can't get enough of the 2020 maturity; 5.5x coverage ratio; average weighted yield close to 2.09%
16th Jun 16, 2:16pm
Latest 2020 Government nominal tender #574; Investors can't get enough of the 2020 maturity; 5.5x coverage ratio; average weighted yield close to 2.09%
Latest 2020 Government nominal tender #571; investors attracted to 4-year maturity; average weighted accepted yield steady at 2.20%
19th May 16, 2:15pm
Latest 2020 Government nominal tender #571; investors attracted to 4-year maturity; average weighted accepted yield steady at 2.20%