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Press release from the Belgian Debt Agency
The Minister of Finance, Johan Van Overtveldt, announces :
The Kingdom of Belgium intends to issue a dual tranche EURO syndicated transaction including a new 7 year OLO79 benchmark maturing 22nd October, 2023 and a new 50 year OLO80 benchmark maturing 22nd June, 2066 in the near future, subject to market conditions. The Kingdom has mandated Barclays, Crédit Agricole CIB, J.P.Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Natixis and SG CIB as joint bookrunners.
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that it has accepted bids for a total amount of EUR 3.497 billion, distributed into the following lines :
- OLO 4.25 % 28/09/2021 (OLO61)
ISIN code : BE0000321308
Amount taken (EUR billion): 0.965
Weighted average yield : -0.214 %
Bid-to-cover ratio : 1.130
- OLO 1.00 % 22/06/2026 (OLO77)
ISIN code : BE0000337460
Amount taken (EUR billion): 1.155
Weighted average yield : 0.514 %
Bid-to-cover ratio : 1.190
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that the range for the upcoming auction on Monday, 18 April 2016, has been determined at EUR 2.8/3.5 billion
The Belgian Federal Government Debt amounted to EUR 402.55 billion as of 31 March 2016. Debt issued or taken over by the federal government amounted to EUR 402.26 billion, and the institutions for which the federal government supports the debt service, registered a debt of EUR 0.28 billion.
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that it has accepted bids of Treasury certificates for a total amount of EUR 2.401 billion, distributed into the following lines :
ISIN Code : BE0312732044 - 14/07/2016
Amount taken (EUR billion): 1.001
Weighted average yield : -0.463 %
Bid-to-cover ratio : 1.96
ISIN Code : BE0312741136 - 13/04/2017
Amount taken (EUR billion): 1.400
Weighted average yield : -0.456 %
Bid-to-cover ratio : 1.59
See our Reuters page BELG/TC or Bloomberg page BELG - TC Auctions - Results.
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that the following 4 OLO lines will be auctioned on Monday, 18 April 2016 :
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that it has accepted bids of Treasury certificates for a total amount of EUR 2.315 billion, distributed into the following lines :
Within the framework of its announced Buyback program for bonds coming to maturity within 12 months, the Belgian Debt Agency has started quoting bid prices on a special window on the MTS AM electronic platform as of yesterday March 29th, 2016 to buy back its OLO 49 (ISIN : BE0000309188) having a current outstanding of 11.176.000.000 EUR.
The bond has its final maturity on 28th March 2017.