The OECD’s latest Economic Survey of Belgium, to be published on Tuesday 7 May 2013, looks at the country’s resilience to the global economic crisis and actions that can help it boost growth and create jobs. The Survey outlines potential reforms to improve competitiveness and help secure long-term fiscal sustainability, notably in the health sector, which must adjust to a rapidly ageing population. A special chapter assesses whether the existing transportation infrastructure is sufficient for the anticipated economic and environmental challenges of the future.
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that it has accepted bids of Treasury certificates for a total amount of EUR 1.825 billion, distributed into the following lines :
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that it has accepted bids for a total amount of EUR 3.785 billion, distributed into the following lines :
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that the range for the upcoming auction on Monday, 29 April 2013, has been determined at EUR 2.8/3.8 billion.
4 OLO lines will be auctioned :
1. OLO 1.25% 22/06/2018 ISIN BE0000329384 (OLO 69)
2. OLO 4.25% 28/09/2021 ISIN BE0000321308 (OLO 61)
3. OLO 2.25% 22/06/2023 ISIN BE0000328378 (OLO 68)
4. OLO 5.50% 28/03/2028 ISIN BE0000291972 (OLO 31)
The Belgian Federal Government Debt amounted to EUR 372.96 billion as of 31 March 2013. Debt issued or taken over by the federal government amounted to EUR 372.61 billion, and the institutions for which the federal government supports the debt service, registered a debt of EUR 0.35 billion.
In net terms (i.e. deducting financial deposits and investments, as well as securities owned by the Treasury), the Federal Government Debt amounted to EUR 367.11 billion.
New OLO FRN - Pricing
The Minister of Finance, Koen Geens, announces :
The Kingdom fo Belgium has mandated Barclays, Citi, Crédit Agricole CIB and Deutsche Bank to lead manage a new OLO 5-year FRN, due May 2018.
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that the following 4 OLO lines will be auctioned on Monday, 29 April 2013 :
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that it has accepted bids of Treasury certificates for a total amount of EUR 3.008 billion, distributed into the following lines :
Within the context of the exhibition Henry van de Velde – Passion Function Beauty, due to open in Brussels on 13 September this year and devoted to this multi-talented architect’s work, the Cinquantenaire Museum is proud to announce that it will be able to display the bureau made in 1934-1935 for King Leopold III.