Results of the Treasury certificates auction of 10/12/2019
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that it has accepted bids of Treasury certificates for a total amount of EUR 2.001 billion, distributed into the following lines :
ISIN Code : BE0312769418 - 12/03/2020
Amount taken (EUR billion): 1.000
Weighted average yield : -0.640 %
Bid-to-cover ratio : 2.48
ISIN Code : BE0312773451 - 12/11/2020
Amount taken (EUR billion): 1.001
Weighted average yield : -0.600 %
Bid-to-cover ratio : 2.54
See our Reuters page BELG/TC or Bloomberg page BELG - TC Auctions - Results.
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Borrowing requirements and funding plan 2020
Please find enclosed the borrowing requirements and the funding plan for 2020.
PharmaStatus: a new online application on the availability of medicines
The FAMHP launches PharmaStatus, the new online application that collects information about the availability of medicines in Belgium and makes it public. Current information will help patients, doctors, pharmacists and the pharmaceutical industry to limit the impact of unavailable medicines.
Commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge in Bastogne - Press accreditation
On Monday morning, December 16, a federal protocol ceremony to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge will be held in Bastogne. Please find attached the practical information about press accreditation for this event.
Cancellation of the Treasury certificate auction of 3 December 2019
In the light of its cash management, the Belgian Debt Agency has decided to cancel the Treasury Certificate auction of Tuesday December 3rd, where the Treasury Certificate line maturing 12/03/2020 (ISIN BE0312769418) would have been re-opened.
Operation Pangea XII: FAMHP seizes 5,360 packages, containing almost 500,000 counterfeit or illegal products
In 2019, operation Pangea took on a new form. This operation focused on information collection, analysis and communication. For this twelfth edition, that took place from June 2018 to June 2019, the FAMHP provided the necessary data. Pangea is coordinated by INTERPOL and is specifically designed to intercept illegal and counterfeit medicinal products and devices.
Results OLO auction of 18/11/2019
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that it has accepted bids for a total amount of EUR 1.304 billion, distributed into the following lines :
OLO-auction of 18/11/2019 : range
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that the range for the upcoming auction on Monday, 18 November 2019, has been determined at EUR 1.1/1.3 billion.
2 OLO lines will be auctioned :
1. OLO 0.90% 22/06/2029 ISIN BE0000347568 (OLO 87)
2. OLO 1.00% 22/06/2031 ISIN BE0000335449 (OLO 75)
OLO auction of 18/11/2019
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that the following 2 OLO lines will be auctioned on Monday, 18 November 2019 :
Description : OLO 0.90% 22/06/2029
ISIN code : BE0000347568
OLO number : OLO 87
Outstanding : EUR 13.156.000.000.00
Description : OLO 1.00% 22/06/2031
ISIN code : BE0000335449
OLO number : OLO 75
Outstanding : EUR 11.228.000.000.00
Payment date will be 20/11/2019. On Friday 15 November in the morning, the Belgian Debt Agency will announce the range of the amount to be auctioned.
Results of the Treasury certificates auction of 12/11/2019
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that it has accepted bids of Treasury certificates for a total amount of EUR 2.603 billion, distributed into the following lines :
Federal Government Debt at end October 2019
The Belgian Federal Government Debt amounted to EUR 399.130 billion as of 31 October 2019.
Debt issued or taken over by the federal government amounted to EUR 398.92 billion, and the institutions for which the federal government supports the debt service, registered a debt of EUR 0.21 billion.
In net terms (i.e. deducting financial deposits and investments, as well as securities owned by the Treasury), the Federal Government Debt amounted to EUR 385.82 billion.
Results of the Treasury certificates auction of 05/11/2019
The Belgian Debt Agency informs you that it has accepted bids of Treasury certificates for a total amount of EUR 1.955 billion, distributed into the following lines :
World Social Security Forum in Brussels: "Protecting people in a changing world"
Brussels, 14 October 2019
The World Social Security Forum takes place in Brussels from 14 to 18 October 2019. The event welcomes 1,300 experts from more than 150 countries to share their innovative visions in confronting the main global challenges for social security. Leading Belgian experts will also shed light on new strategies aimed at strengthening social protection in our country.