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AOFM sells $500m of June 2016 bonds

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12:28 AEST Fri Sep 14 2012

The Australian government has sold $500 million of June 15, 2016, Treasury bonds.

The Australian Office of Financial Management (AOFM), which conducts bond auctions on the behalf of the government, said the bonds were sold for a weighted average yield of 2.6846 per cent.

The sale attracted bids totalling $2.475 billion, giving a coverage ratio of 4.95.

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  • doyla66
    doyla66 Friday, 21 September 2012

    Lisa, you have cracked open where the government possibly has cold feet.

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Friday, 21 September 2012

    Something is certainly going on down in Canberra ... very tight lipped on information too ...

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Friday, 21 September 2012

    But last night on APAC - Swan and Gillard were going on about how Australia has a triple AAA rating and we are so great (despite the 120 billion hole) etc. The opposition were going on about the government making cheques they can"t cash etc. Swan claims we are going to be in a surplus despite some failing of recent. I doubt that!!

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Friday, 21 September 2012

    I'm not sure how deep Wayne Swan's financial knowledge goes.
    Raising capital by selling assets or even worse creating debt to prove solvency is not generally acceptable to even ASIC.
    Ratings systems are like any award or recognition: it depends on what they're measuring.
    Going on the IMF comparative reports I've seen it also depends on the yardstick e.g. Spain, Greece
    I wonder if Australia would get better ratings if they had given the IMF $14 billion instead of $7b?
    That's basically how it works with some external auditing firms for a clean bill of health. In complex organisations no one double checks the accuracy unless something really goes wrong viz. Enron and Arthur Anderson.
    And, of course, that's just what they tell us...the public

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