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October 2012

Interview Philippe Mills : « This year, half of the net buyers of French debt come from Asia and the Middle East »

What is the role of the French Treasury Agency (AFT)? Who holds the French debt? How are OAT and BTF issues conducted? Philip Mills, CEO of the French Treasury Agency answers Next Finance questions...

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The true nature of the derivative contract on French debt

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Cyril Regnat: « Several institutional investors continue to buy French Treasury Bills»

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February 2013

Innovation Eurex expands its product offering on French government bonds

On 11 March 2013, the international derivatives market Eurex Exchange will introduce a new interest rate future, the Mid-Term Euro-OAT Future, which is based on notional medium-term bonds issued by the Republic of (...)

September 2012

Note Scenarios for Public Sector Debt

The evolution of public sector debt depends on a number of economic variables and how they interact. Within the Eurozone, German and French debt looks sustainable while Italy, Portugal and Ireland appear borderline.

September 2012

Note Management of government debt by the French Treasury agency (AFT)

The Court of Auditors has conducted a survey on the management of government debt by the AFT. The report, released at the beginning of the summer, lightens the honorable work done by the AFT in managing relatively well the government debt but regrets a relative dependence on (...)

September 2012

Opinion Are french OAT overvalued ?

According to John Gilbert, CIO of the Berkshire Hathaway’s subsidiary General Re-New England AM, French 10-year bonds should yield between 4.5% and 5%, closer to Italian and Spanish bonds rather than German ones. However, This opinion is not shared by the majority of the (...)

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Note Management of government debt by the French Treasury agency (AFT)

The Court of Auditors has conducted a survey on the management of government debt by the AFT. The report, released at the beginning of the summer, lightens the honorable work done by the AFT in managing relatively well the government debt but regrets a relative dependence on (...)

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Opinion Are french OAT overvalued ?

According to John Gilbert, CIO of the Berkshire Hathaway’s subsidiary General Re-New England AM, French 10-year bonds should yield between 4.5% and 5%, closer to Italian and Spanish bonds rather than German ones. However, This opinion is not shared by the majority of the (...)

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Innovation Eurex expands its product offering on French government bonds

On 11 March 2013, the international derivatives market Eurex Exchange will introduce a new interest rate future, the Mid-Term Euro-OAT Future, which is based on notional medium-term bonds issued by the Republic of (...)

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Note Scenarios for Public Sector Debt

The evolution of public sector debt depends on a number of economic variables and how they interact. Within the Eurozone, German and French debt looks sustainable while Italy, Portugal and Ireland appear borderline.

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Product New milestones achieved in Eurex’s futures on French government bonds

Eurex Exchange has recently set several new records in its Euro-OAT Futures. In August 2012, open interest exceeded for the first time the 100,000 threshold with 104,869 contracts. Trading volume in July also set a new record, both in average daily volume with about 19,600 (...)

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