He opened his drawer, and took out ten government notes
which were there, each for a thousand francs.
Government of Armenia adopted a decision Thursday to provide an ordinary non-interest-bearing government note
Announcing the move, Latvia Prime Minister Aigars Kalvitis said: "We need the extra capacity." A government note
stressed the Commission's cap of 3.43 million tonnes annually was way below the 6.25 million requested by Latvia.
The 0.8% coupon is the highest for a five-year government note
after the 0.9% logged in February 2001, the month before the Bank of Japan introduced its current quantitative monetary easing policy.
Prices of 10-year Japanese government bond (JGB) futures dropped Wednesday as investors retreated to the sidelines ahead of a five-year government note
Prices of 10-year Japanese government bond futures fell slightly Thursday morning as investors grew nervous before the outcome of the day's bidding on a five-year government note
Buying was stirred after the Finance Ministry announced the results of the day's bidding on a five-year government note
, which suggested stronger-than-expected demand for government bonds.
A Treasury spokesman said: "The Government notes
the Advocate General of the European Court of Justice's opinion.
The bank, whose model evaluates the size of external debt relative to a country's economy, said that holders of Taiwan, South Korea and Israel government notes
are least at risk.
Treasury bills and government notes
skyrocketed 122 per cent to 17.8 billion pounds.
In a release issued by Prime Ministry services after the council, the government asserted that it "is forbidden to all economic operators to substitute for the public authorities in imposing procedures or unreasonable deadlines to provide the wholesalers/distributors, notably concerning basic products." The government notes
to the wholesalers "that they are not compelled to present to sugar and edible oil producer new documentation nor settle their orders by cheque.