Outstanding IOUs down to P3.8 trillion | Inquirer Business

Outstanding IOUs down to P3.8 trillion

By: - Reporter / @bendeveraINQ
/ 11:10 PM June 14, 2015

Outstanding government-issued debt paper fell to P3.818 trillion as of end May from P3.850 trillion a month ago as more treasury bills and treasury bonds matured, latest data from the Bureau of the Treasury showed.

The bulk of the outstanding IOUs as of end-May was composed of treasury bonds, which have a total face amount of P3.538 trillion, down from P3.570 trillion as of end April.

Outstanding treasury bills, meanwhile, stood at P279.7 billion, slightly lower than the P280.7 billion as of end of April.


Of the outstanding T-bills, P87 billion were from the auction of 91-day IOUs; P86.8 billion from 182-day debt paper; and P105.9 billion from 364-day treasury bills.


As for the outstanding T-bonds, three-year IOUs stood at P146.5 billion; four-year debt paper, P8.8 billion; five-year bonds, P150.7 billion; seven-year Treasury bonds, P505.7 billion; and 10-year bonds, P406.8 billion.

For 10-year AR bonds, the outstanding amount remained at P6.1 billion; for 20-year IOUs, P336.1 billion; and for 25-year debt paper, P250.3 billion.

Of the $6.582-million Philippine Par Bond redenominated into 28.5 years, P97.1 million was still outstanding.

Also outstanding were P804.9 billion in retail treasury bonds; P850 billion in benchmark bonds; 25-year CB-BoL T-bonds worth P50 billion; and onshore dollar T-bonds worth P22.3 billion.

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