December 22nd, 2020. The Central Government launches its issuance calendar for the next six months in the domestic market. The new calendar intends to continue providing predictability to the market, contributing to its transparency while promoting an efficient price discovery.
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.
S&P affirmed Uruguay's rating at BBB; outlook stable
April 20th, 2021. Standard & Poor's affirmed its BBB long-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings on Uruguay; the outlook remains stable. Access the Research Update.
Wage-linked Treasury Notes Auction
April 16th, 2021. The Central Government will reopen the nominal wage-linked Treasury Notes due 2040 (Series 3) for sale by auction on April 20th. An issue volume of UP 750 million is envisaged, being the current outstanding of the series UP 18,711 million.
Eligible securities' prices for CPI-linked Treasury Notes Series 28 auction
April 13th April, 2021. The Republic announces the prices to be paid for the eligible securities in today's CPI-linked Treasury Notes auction.
CPI-linked Treasury Notes Auction
April 6th, 2021. The Central Government will reopen the CPI-linked Treasury Notes due 2026 (Series 28) for sale by auction on April 13th. An issue volume of UI 550 million is envisaged, being the current outstanding of the series UI 2,700 million.
Update of Outstanding Market Debt as of 03/2021
April 1st, 2021. An update as of March 2021 has been released in "Financing Instruments" section.