Federal Reserve Economic Data: Your trusted data source since 1991

Table Data - Net Issues of International Debt Securities for Issuers in General Government Sector, All Maturities, Nationality of Issuer in Ukraine (DISCONTINUED)

NOTE: To improve accessibility of data for all users, this file was converted from a text format to an html table.

Title Net Issues of International Debt Securities for Issuers in General Government Sector, All Maturities, Nationality of Issuer in Ukraine (DISCONTINUED)
Series ID IDSGGGAMNINIUA
Source Bank for International Settlements
Release International Debt Securities (Not a Press Release)
Seasonal Adjustment Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency Quarterly
Units Billions of US Dollars
Date Range 1997-07-01 to 2015-04-01
Last Updated 2015-09-14 1:43 PM CDT
Notes
DATE VALUE
1997-07-01 0.41606
1997-10-01 0.00900
1998-01-01 0.97175
1998-04-01 0.14652
1998-07-01 -0.28863
1998-10-01 .
1999-01-01 .
1999-04-01 -0.15500
1999-07-01 0.29066
1999-10-01 .
2000-01-01 -0.49331
2000-04-01 2.26266
2000-07-01 .
2000-10-01 .
2001-01-01 -0.79089
2001-04-01 .
2001-07-01 -0.06414
2001-10-01 .
2002-01-01 -0.10612
2002-04-01 .
2002-07-01 -0.11220
2002-10-01 0.39900
2003-01-01 -0.21891
2003-04-01 0.80000
2003-07-01 -0.07429
2003-10-01 0.20000
2004-01-01 0.36234
2004-04-01 .
2004-07-01 0.46536
2004-10-01 -1.29406
2005-01-01 -0.24447
2005-04-01 .
2005-07-01 -0.23437
2005-10-01 0.97341
2006-01-01 -0.23253
2006-04-01 .
2006-07-01 0.06695
2006-10-01 1.32110
2007-01-01 -0.64310
2007-04-01 0.50000
2007-07-01 .
2007-10-01 0.95000
2008-01-01 .
2008-04-01 .
2008-07-01 -0.15000
2008-10-01 .
2009-01-01 .
2009-04-01 .
2009-07-01 -0.50000
2009-10-01 .
2010-01-01 .
2010-04-01 .
2010-07-01 2.00000
2010-10-01 1.06800
2011-01-01 1.00000
2011-04-01 1.94000
2011-07-01 0.10000
2011-10-01 -0.60000
2012-01-01 .
2012-04-01 -0.50000
2012-07-01 3.60000
2012-10-01 1.55000
2013-01-01 1.00000
2013-04-01 0.25000
2013-07-01 .
2013-10-01 3.00000
2014-01-01 .
2014-04-01 .
2014-07-01 .
2014-10-01 .
2015-01-01 .
2015-04-01 1.00000

Subscribe to the FRED newsletter


Follow us

Back to Top