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The British public debt is the total quantity of money borrowed by the Government of the United Kingdom at any one time through the issue of securities by the British Treasury and other government agencies. The government bonds called gilts or stocks.
As of Q1 2013 total amount outstanding is £1,278 billion, including inflation uplift for index-linked gilts.
UK sovereign debt market is dominated by long and super-long issues: with fixed coupon (conventional gilts), and, less frequently, with inflation-linked coupon (index-linked gilts). Gilt-edged securities are listed on the London Stock Exchange. Auctions are take place every week (round £2.3 billion each week).
|2021-03-26||New bond issue: United Kingdom issued international bonds (XS2317288996) with a 0.333% coupon for GBP 500.0m maturing in 2026|
|2021-03-22||Upcoming issue: United Kingdom|
|2021-02-03||Upcoming issue: United Kingdom|
|2021-01-18||Fitch Ratings affirms United Kingdom at "AA-" (LT Int. Scale (foreign curr.) credit rating); outlook negative|
|2021-01-18||Fitch Ratings affirms United Kingdom at "AA-" (LT Int. Scale (local curr.) credit rating); outlook negative|