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RBA Glossary definition for AGS

AGS – Australian Government Securities. Include all securities issued by the Australian Government at tenders conducted by the AOFM (and by the Reserve Bank of Australia acting as agent for the Australian Government prior to 23 October 2006). They comprise Treasury bonds, Treasury notes, Treasury indexed bonds and, previously, Treasury adjustable rate bonds. These securities are issued either by tender or syndication.

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Sources: AFMA; Bloomberg; RBA; UBS AG, Australia Branch Spreads ...

1 Dec 2013 Statistics PDF 122KB
Sources: AFMA; Bloomberg; RBA; UBS AG, Australia Branch. Spreads 5-year credit. ... government entities. Yields on individual bonds are sourced from UBS AG, Australia Branch.

The End of Libor and the Australian Market

18 Mar 2021 Speech
Christopher Kent
Speech delivered by Christopher Kent, Assistant Governor (Financial Markets), to ISDA Benchmark Strategies Forum Asia Pacific, Online

Domestic Financial Conditions

8 May 2020 SMP – May 2020
Accordingly, the bond-futures basis for both 3-year and 10-year AGS increased sharply. ... Total AGS. 40,250. Remaining maturity 3 years. 12,329. Remaining maturity 3 to 6 years.

The Term Funding Facility, Other Policy Measures, and Financial Conditions

9 Jun 2021 Speech
Christopher Kent
Speech delivered by Christopher Kent, Assistant Governor (Financial Markets), to KangaNews, Sydney

Domestic Financial Conditions

6 May 2022 SMP – May 2022
Yields on semi-government securities (semis) have increased in line with those on AGS. ... In April, the AOFM issued $15 billion of the new November 2033 AGS via syndication.

Statement by Philip Lowe, Governor: Monetary Policy Decision

5 May 2020 Media Releases
At its meeting today, the Board decided to maintain the current policy settings, including the targets for the cash rate and the yield on 3-year Australian Government bonds of 25 basis points.

RBAFOI-222362 - document for release

22 Jun 2023 PDF 353KB
Quantitative Tightening

December | 2022

8 Dec 2022 Bulletin
Insights into the economy and financial system from teams throughout the Reserve Bank of Australia

Monetary Policy in 2020

24 Nov 2020 Speech
Guy Debelle
Speech delivered by Guy Debelle, Deputy Governor, Australian Business Economists, Virtual

Domestic Financial Conditions

4 Feb 2022 SMP – February 2022
The Bank currently holds 36 per cent of outstanding AGS and 18 per cent of outstanding semis. ... lending is a result of intermediaries facilitating demand for short-end AGS from medium- and longer-term investors.