December 30th, 2021. The Government announces its domestic issuance calendar of local currency Treasury Notes for the next six months. It will continue issuing Nominal Fixed-Rate Pesos, CPI-linked, and Nominal Wage-linked securities across different maturities. Access the Press Release.
The Debt Management Unit (DMU) was created at the Ministry of Economy and Finance in 2005, seeking to develop an independent administration of the Government's financial obligations and cashflows.
Wage-linked Treasury Notes Auction
May 18th, 2022. The Central Government will reopen the Wage-linked Treasury Notes (UP Notes) due 2037 for sale by auction on May 24th. An issue volume of UP 1,400 million is envisaged, being the current outstanding of the series UP 36,482 million.
Auction Results for CPI-linked Treasury Notes Series 30
May 17th, 2022. As part of its domestic auction calendar, the Government issued local currency CPI-linked Treasury Notes due in 2027, for a total equivalent of USD 47.2 million. The annual yield was 0.99%. Access the results of the auctions held so far, and the remaining schedule for 2022H1, according to the Domestic Issuance Calendar of Treasury Notes (January - June 2022).
Elegible securities´ prices for CPI-linked Treasury Notes Series 30 auction
May 17th, 2022. The Republic announces the prices to be paid for the elegible securities in today´s CPI-linked Treasury Notes auction.
CPI-linked Treasury Notes Auction
May 10th, 2022. The Central Government will reopen the CPI-linked Treasury Notes (UI Notes) due 2027 for sale by auction on May 17th. An issue volume of UI 475 million is envisaged, being the current outstanding of the series UI 4,500 million.
Update of Outstanding of Market Debt as of 04/2022
May 2nd, 2022. An update as of April 2022 has been released in the "Financing Instruments" section.