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Gov't IOUs hit P4.2T.

The total amount of outstanding government-issued IOUs further rose to P4.215 trillion as of October as more debt papers were sold during the month.

The combined value of outstanding treasury bills and bonds at the end of the first 10 months increased from end-September's P4.188 trillion, the latest Bureau of the Treasury data showed.

From January to October, treasury bonds accounted for the bulk of outstanding debt paper at P3.869 trillion.

Outstanding treasury bills amounted to P345.9 billion at end-October.

Among the outstanding T-bonds, three-year IOUs reached P45 billion; five-year bonds, P323.4 billion; seven-year bonds, P596.7 billion and 10-year bonds, P398.2 billion.

For the 10-year agrarian reform bonds, the outstanding amount was P6.9 billion; 20-year, P319.3 billion, and 25-year, P235.9 billion.

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

Also outstanding were P958.4 billion in RTBs, P909.3 billion in benchmark bonds; P50 billion in 25-year CB-BoL T-bonds; and P25.8-billion onshore dollar T-bond.

As for the outstanding T-bills, P107 billion was from the auction of 91-day IOUs; P119.1 billion from 182-day debt paper, and P119.7 billion from 364-day treasury bills.

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Publication:Philippines Daily Inquirer (Makati City, Philippines)
Date:Nov 17, 2017
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