Government bond markets in the Euro zone
José Manuel Amor, Analistas Financieros Internacionales, S.A., Escuela de Finanzas Aplicadas (Madrid, Spain)
Wiley, Apr 1, 2002 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
Government Bond Markets in the Euro Zone explains how Government bond markets work and the features and specifications of each type. This book studies, in detail, the structure and techniques of bond markets in each EU country, the financial instruments issued by each treasury agency and also the primary and secondary Government bonds markets. Also included is information on clearing and settlement systems, fiscal treatment of Government bonds, market makers and other features within the markets.
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The German Government Bond Market
The German public debt market
The Austrian Government Bond Market
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12 months account holders Amount allotted Announcement Auction auction date Auction results Austrian authors Figure Bank of Spain basis benchmark billion euros Bloomberg and authors Bobls Bonos and Obligaciones Book-Entry System BTANs BTCs BTFs Bund Bundesbank CEDEL clearing and settlement competitive bids currencies Current/Current debt securities decimal places Deutsche DSTA DTC 3 months Dutch EUREX euro zone euro-zone EUROCLEAR euros Source Federal Government Federal securities Finnish futures contracts German government debt investors issuance calendar Letras 18 months lines liquidity market liquidity market makers market-maker maturity millions of euros minimum Netherlands DTC nominal value non-resident NTMA OATs OeKB operations outstanding balance placement primary dealers programme public debt market repo Reuters second round secondary market secondary-market trading Serial Bond Sicovam Stock Exchange stop-out price strippable Tap issue tradeable tranche transactions Treasury and authors Treasury securities turnover value date weighted average price withholding tax yield