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Amount Outstanding of International Bonds and Notes for All Issuers, Nationality of Issuer in Turkey (DISCONTINUED) (IBANAINIAOTR)

Observation:

Q2 2015: 104.700 (+ more)   Updated: Sep 14, 2015
Q2 2015:  104.700  
Q1 2015:  102.984  
Q4 2014:  102.972  
Q3 2014:  99.227  
Q2 2014:  95.121  
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Units:

Billions of US Dollars,
Not Seasonally Adjusted

Frequency:

Quarterly

NOTES

Source: Bank for International Settlements  

Release: Debt Securities Statistics  

Units:  Billions of US Dollars, Not Seasonally Adjusted

Frequency:  Quarterly

Notes:

This series appears in Table 15b.
Source Code: Q:3P:TR:1:1:C:A:A:TO1:K:A:A:A:A:I

Nationality refers to the ultimate obligor, as opposed to the immediate borrower on a residence basis, and is linked to the consolidation of assets and liabilities for related entities. Information on a nationality basis is useful to analyse potential support that might be available from the parent company and to understand links between borrowers in different countries and sectors.
For example, the debts of a Cayman Islands subsidiary of a Brazilian bank may be guaranteed by the parent bank. Consistent with the approach taken in the international banking statistics, the BIS bases the nationality of an issuer on the residency of its controlling parent, regardless of any intermediate owners. (December 2012, BIS Quarterly Review, https://www.bis.org/publ/qtrpdf/r_qt1212h.pdf)

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Suggested Citation:

Bank for International Settlements, Amount Outstanding of International Bonds and Notes for All Issuers, Nationality of Issuer in Turkey (DISCONTINUED) [IBANAINIAOTR], retrieved from FRED, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis; https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/IBANAINIAOTR, November 28, 2023.

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