Table 5 - Public and Publicly-Guaranteed Private Sector External Debt Foreign Currency and Domestic Currency Denominated Debt 1/ 2/ 3/
Data are in USD millions
2016Q1
2016Q2
2016Q3
2016Q4
2017Q1
249_T5_Foreign currency 4/
2,883
2,853
2,850
3,618
3,410
250_T5_.. Short-term
313
357
372
358
123
251_T5_.. Long-term 5/
2,570
2,497
2,479
3,260
3,288
252_T5_Domestic currency 6/
0
0
0
0
0
253_T5_.. Short-term
..
..
..
..
..
254_T5_.. Long-term
..
..
..
..
..
255_T5_Unallocated
..
..
..
..
..
256_T5_Public and Publicly-Guaranteed Private Sector External Debt Position
2,883
2,853
2,850
3,618
3,410
1/ Table 5 presents a foreign currency/domestic currency split of public sector and publicly-guaranteed private sector external debt. 2/ Specify whether debt securities are valued at nominal or market value. 3/ Unless detailed information is available to make the appropriate maturity attribution, it is recommended that all Direct Investment: Intercompany Lending be included in long-term. See the Guide, paragraph 7.5. 4/ Foreign currency debt is defined as debt in which the value of flows and positions is fixed in a currency other than the domestic currency. Includes foreign-currency-linked debt. See the Guide, paragraph 6.13. 5/ Includes SDR allocations reported in Table 1. 6/ Domestic currency debt is debt that is payable in the domestic currency, and not linked to a foreign currency. See the Guide, paragraph 6.13.
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