Government debt agencies borrow money on behalf of the government and otherwise manage the national debt. In some countries the central bank manages all or some of the government debt; this category lists the non-central-bank debt agencies, which may or may not be separate from the finance ministry or equivalent.
Enabling law, and details of recent and forthcoming auctions.
Explanation of OLOs and Treasury Certificates, economic figures and news releases. Other information in French and Dutch.
With details of all French government debt instruments including BTAN, OAT, OATi and OATei, and the monthly AFT bulletin. In English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese and Italian.
A Social Security Debt Repayment fund that finances the debt accumulated by the French national security scheme from 1994 to 2006.
Explanation of Bundesanleihen (Bunds), Bundesobligationen (Bobls), Bundesschatzanweisungen (Schatze) and other German debt instruments, and other press releases.
Technical information for resident and non-resident investors.
Prices, yields, and other facts about Icelandic government bonds.
Detailed description of the Irish debt program, and information about the economy and the National Pensions Reserve Fund.
Forthcoming BTP, BOT, CCT and CTZ issuance, and other information about Italian government debt.
With press releases and information relating to the borrowing programme.
Funding plans and issuance calendar for coming year, and other DSL information.
News and description of kiwi government bonds.
The Norwegian local government funding agency that provides low cost loans to Norwegian local governments.
Managers of the Philippines' government debt.
List of primary dealers, an explanation of the instruments and their means of sale, and an auction calendar.
With results of recent auctions and a calendar of forthcoming announcements and auctions.
Auction results, and details of newly syndicated debt.
Press notices relating to Swedish government debt, and some history about that debt.
Annual remit, quarterly calendars and other announcements.
Consumer site with basic debt information and an online bond-transaction page.
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