Dec 01 2017
Medium-Term Debt Management Strategy 2018-2022

This strategy, which lays down objectives and criteria for Government debt management during the period 2018-2022, is presented on the basis of the fiscal plan in accordance with the Article 38 of the Act on Public Sector Finances, no. 123/2015. The strategy is to be presented annually. The Medium-Term Debt Management Strategy is presented over a horizon of five years and is based on the previous Strategy, issued in autumn 2016. The Medium-Term Debt Management Strategy 2018-2022 lays down the government’s plans for financing its activities during this period. The aim is to map out a clear debt management policy with quantitative targets.

Medium-Term Debt Management Strategy 2018-2022 (Pdf)

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Dec 08 2017
Bond News
Fitch upgrades Iceland to ‘A’; outlook stable

Fitch Ratings announced today that it had upgraded Iceland‘s long-term foreign and local-currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) to ‘A’ from ‘A-’. The outlook is stable. The main rating drivers are economic stability, reduced external vulnerability and improvements in government debt ratios, supported by robust growth.

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Nov 30 2017
Bond News
New website for Bonds.is

The website Bonds.is has now been updated and launched a new look.  The main changes entail scaling it for smartphones and tablet devices and with new technology, the charts are easier to read.
It is now convenient for readers to subscribe to and unsubscribe from e-mail lists for the monthly Market Information newsletter and other press releases issued by Government Debt Management, including those concerning auctions.
The website is under continuous development, and all comments and suggestions from readers are welcome.