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RBA Glossary definition for Treasury adjustable rate bonds

Treasury adjustable rate bonds – Australian Government Securities with an adjustable interest/coupon rate, periodically reset according to movements in the Australian Bank Bill Swap Reference Rate. These securities are no longer issued by the Commonwealth Government.

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Glossary

2 May 2023
A glossary of terms used on the RBA website
https://www.rba.gov.au/glossary/

Note 1 – Summary of Accounting Policies | Financial Statements

3 Aug 2000 RBA Annual Report – 2000
d) Domestic government securities. The RBA holds Commonwealth Treasury Fixed Coupon Bonds, Treasury Notes, Treasury Capital Indexed Bonds, and Treasury Adjustable Rate Bonds. ... quarterly. Treasury Adjustable Rate Bonds are securities whose coupon rate
https://www.rba.gov.au/publications/annual-reports/rba/2000/fin-statements/note-1.html

Note 1 – Summary of accounting policies | Financial Statements

30 Jun 1998 RBA Annual Report – 1998
c) Domestic government securities. The Bank holds Commonwealth Government Bonds, Treasury Notes, Capital Indexed Bonds, and Treasury Adjustable Bonds. ... Treasury Adjustable Bonds are securities with a coupon rate periodically reset by reference to
https://www.rba.gov.au/publications/annual-reports/rba/1998/fin-statements/note-1.html

Financial Markets and the Bank's Operations | Reserve Bank of Australia Annual Report - 1995

31 Dec 1995 Annual Report
to include Treasury adjustable rate bonds (TABs). ... Rate. Primary issue arrangements for Treasury indexed bonds were changed during the year.
https://www.rba.gov.au/publications/annual-reports/rba/1995/fin-markets.html

Financial Markets | Reserve Bank of Australia Annual Report - 1996

31 Dec 1996 Annual Report
During the year, 10 tenders for Treasury bonds were held, raising a total of $7.6 billion from the public; the Bank took up only a small amount ($0.2 billion) ... In April 1996, the Treasury announced that future issues of Treasury adjustable rate bonds
https://www.rba.gov.au/publications/annual-reports/rba/1996/fin-markets.html

The Effect of Mortgage Debt on Consumer Spending: Evidence from Household-level Data

1 Jul 2019 RDP 2019-06
Fiona Price, Benjamin Beckers and Gianni La Cava
If high levels of debt cause households to reduce their spending, providing debt relief or easing financing constraints through lower interest rates or tax incentives may lift spending. ... 0. ), the nominal mortgage interest rate (i), the age of the
https://www.rba.gov.au/publications/rdp/2019/2019-06/full.html

RBA Annual Report 2000 - Financial Statements

22 Feb 2001 Annual Report PDF 610KB
80. (d) Domestic government securities The RBA holds Commonwealth Treasury Fixed Coupon Bonds,Treasury Notes, Treasury Capital Indexed Bonds, and Treasury Adjustable Rate Bonds. ... maturity; interest is paid quarterly. Treasury Adjustable Rate Bonds are
https://www.rba.gov.au/publications/annual-reports/rba/2000/pdf/fin-statements.pdf

Universidad De Chile Conference on Central Bank Independence, Mandates and Policies

22 Oct 2021 Speech
Philip Lowe
Speech delivered by Philip Lowe, Governor, Panel Remarks, Webinar
https://www.rba.gov.au/speeches/2021/sp-gov-2021-10-22.html

The Effect of Mortgage Debt on Consumer Spending: Evidence from Household-level Data

9 Jul 2019 RDP PDF 2076KB
Australian Treasury, the Deakin University Centre for Banking and Financial Stability Workshop, the. ... This standard interest. rate is adjusted for average discounts and any reported refinancing by the household.
https://www.rba.gov.au/publications/rdp/2019/pdf/rdp2019-06.pdf

Changes to Bulletin Tables

20 Jan 2010 Statistics PDF 136KB
2000 to 2009 Bulletin issues
https://www.rba.gov.au/statistics/tables/pdf/changes-to-tables-2000-2009.pdf