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RBA Glossary definition for Treasury indexed bonds

Treasury indexed bonds – Australian Government Securities with a payment stream that increases by an indexation factor reflecting changes in the rate of inflation. Indexing occurs on the principal value of the investment.

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9 Jun 2023
A glossary of terms used on the RBA website

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13 Jun 2023 Statistics
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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. ... Capital Indexed Bonds are coupon securities with the nominal value of the security indexed in line


31 Dec 2011 RDP 2011-01
Richard Finlay and Sebastian Wende
RDP 2011-01: Estimating Inflation Expectations with a Limited Number of Inflation-indexed Bonds 1. ... Terms and conditions of Treasury inflation-indexed bonds are available at
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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. ... Treasury Capital Indexed Bonds are coupon securities with the nominal value

Changes to Statistical Tables

4 Sep 2023 Statistics
Capital Market Yields – Government Bonds – F2.1. Indicative Mid Rates of Australian Government Securities – F16. ... 5 June 2018. Aggregate Measures of Australian Corporate Bond Spreads and Yields – F3.

Videos | Education

4 May 2023
Bonds and the Yield Curve. 20 January 2021. A Video Explainer introducing key concepts related to bonds, the bond market and the yield curve. ... There are less government bonds here than in the US or in other countries which may make QE more effective.

Bulletin August 2001 – Statement on Monetary Policy

10 Aug 2001 Bulletin
The spread between Argentinian bonds and US Treasuries rose to over 16 percentage points at one stage in July, after averaging around 7 percentage points in the first half of 2001. ... Capital flows can be disaggregated in various ways. Graph A1 breaks

Infrastructure Developments in the Market for Commonwealth Government Securities

19 Sep 2013 Bulletin – September 2013
Chris Becker, Jonathan Lees and Andrew Zurawski
The market for Commonwealth Government securities (CGS) is a key financial market in Australia because, among other things, it provides a risk-free benchmark for the pricing of a wide range of fixed income securities. This article discusses aspects

Infrastructure Developments in the Market for Commonwealth Government Securities

25 Sep 2013 Bulletin PDF 499KB
Reserve Bank of Australia Bulletin September Quarter 2013