Non-resident holdings of nominal and inflation indexed bonds at the end of the month. Data is sourced from New Zealand registries (Computershare, Link Market Services, and NZClear), a survey of nominee companies and registered banks.
Data is published monthly approximately three weeks after the end of the reference month.
Data is released on this page, Reuters and Bloomberg at the same time.
The Statistics Release Calendar provides a long-term plan of scheduled releases. It is updated and released on the first working day of the month.
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From August 2016 data has been sourced from a securities database developed by the Reserve Bank. Data has been backdated to July 2015 but may differ from previously published data due to improvements in the classification of entities to the resident or non-resident sector.
The total amount of government securities on issue matches the data published by the NZDMO. In instances where the Reserve Bank repurchases government securities on behalf of the NZDMO, the data will not reconcile with that of NZDMO. Data for this is published in the Open market operations table (D3).
Nominal bonds are wholesale fixed-term debt securities the Crown issues to and repurchases from registered tender counterparties. Nominal bonds have an initial maturity of one year or more.
Inflation-indexed bonds are wholesale fixed-term debt securities with an inflation-indexed component. Inflation-indexed bonds are issued to registered tender counterparties and have an initial maturity of one year or more.
The maturity date, as specified by the Crown when a Bond is first issued, on which that Bond is to be repaid.
The loan prefix is a code allocated to a Bond consisting of a 2-digit month and 2-digit year e.g. GB1217 is the nominal bond maturing in December 2017.
The nominal value of securities represents the amount to be repaid at maturity.
The nominal bonds, inflation indexed bonds and treasury bills that are available for trading in the secondary market. This excludes securities held by RBNZ, EQC and SRESL who do not hold them for trading purposes.
The rest of the world consists of all non-resident institutional units that enter into transactions with resident units, or have other economic links with resident units.
Bonds held by non-residents as a percentage of the total available in the secondary market. The total available in the secondary market excludes bonds held by RBNZ, EQC and SRESL.
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