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Yield to redemption
The interest rate where the current value of the bond (calculated on the basis of the rates and the accumulated interest) is equal to the cash value of all future yields (interest payments and...
The changes in acquisitions and liabilities of a sector to other sectors and the rest of the world. These are often mirror images of real transactions, but they can also stand on their own (such as...
High profits on bonds
In the first nine months of 2010, the value of bonds increased by more than 23 billion euro. In this period, the value of newly issued bonds minus paid-off bonds was 27 billion euro.
Interest on Dutch government bonds below eurozone average
Interest on the latest ten-year government bond was 3.4 percent in December 2009. Interest on Dutch government bonds is currently below the eurozone average.
Interest rate on government bonds lower than inflation
In September 2011, the interest rate on the latest Dutch ten-year government bonds averaged 2.3 percent. For the first time in decades, the interest rate on government bonds was lower than inflation...
Public sector accounts for sturdy growth bond market in 2008
The Euronext bond market in Amsterdam has grown considerably last year despite the global financial crisis. The total value of bonds issued on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange increased by 15 percent to...
Insurance companies and pension funds invest more in foreign bonds
Dutch pension funds and insurance companies increased their foreign bond holdings by 13 billion euro to 238 billion euro in the third quarter of 2004. The balance sheet total of insurance companies...
Nearly 240 billion euro worth of government bonds issued in 2009
The Dutch government issued bonds and short-term loans worth nearly 240 billion euro on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, about three quarters of newly issued bonds last year. The government requires...
Government deficit for 2021 down to 2.5 percent of GDP
In 2021, the Dutch government recorded a budget deficit of almost 22 billion euros. This is equal to 2.5 percent of gross domestic product (GDP).
Local intergovernmental organisations; balance sheet per 31 December
Municipalities accounts, balance sheet according to the Dutch regulation ‘Besluit Begroting en Verantwoording gemeenten en provincies (BBV)'.