Analysis: Govt Borrowing Cost to Rise Max A$5B End-2023 Even If Y...

By Sophia Rodrigues

The recent sharp jump in government bond yields will push up Australian government borrowing costs but even if yields double next year and triple the year after, the rise will be no more than A$5 billion until year en...

01 Mar 2021, 11:39 AM
How Long Will Australian 2032 Bond Syndication Elude Market?

(This article was first published on February 17 at 6:03 pm as an email to premium subscribers)

By Sophia Rodrigues

(Sydney, February 17, 2021) -- After six new Australian government bond syndications last year, there’s j...

18 Feb 2021, 10:28 AM
Analysis: Syndicated Taps Still Possible Despite Lack of AOFM Men...

(This article was first published on January 18 and sent via email to paying subscribers)

By Sophia Rodrigues

The Australian Office of Financial Management didn’t mention syndicated taps in the update on issuance pro...

20 Jan 2021, 05:03 PM
Analysis: AOFM To Further Term Out T-Notes; Weekly Fluctuations L...

(This story was first published on January 13 and sent via email to paying subscribers)

By Sophia Rodrigues

Issuance of Australian T-Notes this week will be the lowest since March and marks a start to weekly fluctuations as the...

15 Jan 2021, 08:43 AM
Analysis: What Pushed Australia’s T-Note into Negative?

By Sophia Rodrigues

(Negative yield on the T-Note came as a surprise to many but to me it is a story I missed. For the past week I have been talking to market about this possibility but didn't find the confidence to write about...

10 Dec 2020, 11:57 AM
Analysis: AOFM Could Up Bond Lines Well Above A$30B, Hold Off Th...

(This story was first published on November 25 for paid subscribers, and is now being made freely available)

By Sophia Rodrigues

The Reserve Bank’s Quantitative Easing program could change the way the Australian Office of...

25 Nov 2020, 03:17 PM