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Table 1: Outstanding - International Money Markets by Instrument Type

31/12/2019 31/12/2020 31/03/2021 Difference
Euro-Certificates of Deposit (USD M) 437,084 387,132 409,512 22,380
Euro-Commercial Paper (USD M) 522,305 585,119 590,726 5,607
Total (USD M) 959,389 972,251 1,000,238 27,987

Notes:
1. The CMDPortal Securities Database is a live database with financial instruments being added on a daily basis.
2. The CMDPortal Securities Database contains around 10m instruments aggregated from well over 80 sources and growing network of investors, issuers and dealers.
3. Classification of what constitute a Commercial Paper, Certificate of Deposit, etc is determined by the latest update provided by any of our sources. Updates provided by the issuer are final.
4. Euro-Commercial Paper, Euro-Certificates of Deposit, Eurobonds etc are defined as Instruments with ISINs start with XS. Instruments with domestic ISINs are therefore excluded.
5. ISIN means International Securities Identification Number.
6. Third Party is defined as Instruments transacted by a Financial Institution that does not belong to the organization of the Issuer
7. Conversions in USD are effected on trade date.
8. Outstandings include all instruments that have been issued, and which have not yet matured, called or been cancelled and for which we have full required data.

Table 2: Outstanding - International Bond Markets by Instrument Type

31/12/2019 31/12/2020 31/03/2021 Difference
Euro-Medium Term Notes (USD M) 9,916,497 9,912,826 9,934,844 22,018
All Euro-Bonds excluding Euro-MTNs (USD M) 7,474,904 9,025,919 9,449,922 424,002
Total (USD M) 17,391,402 18,938,746 19,384,766 446,021

Notes:
1. The CMDPortal Securities Database is a live database with financial instruments being added on a daily basis.
2. The CMDPortal Securities Database contains around 10m instruments aggregated from well over 80 sources and growing network of investors, issuers and dealers.
3. Classification of what constitute a Commercial Paper, Certificate of Deposit, etc is determined by the latest update provided by any of our sources. Updates provided by the issuer are final.
4. Euro-Commercial Paper, Euro-Certificates of Deposit, Eurobonds etc are defined as Instruments with ISINs start with XS. Instruments with domestic ISINs are therefore excluded.
5. ISIN means International Securities Identification Number.
6. Third Party is defined as Instruments transacted by a Financial Institution that does not belong to the organization of the Issuer
7. Conversions in USD are effected on trade date.
8. Outstandings include all instruments that have been issued, and which have not yet matured, called or been cancelled and for which we have full required data.

Table 3: Outstanding - International Bond Markets by Transaction Type

31/12/2019 31/12/2020 31/03/2021 Difference
Not Syndicated (USD M) 8,423,970 9,693,459 10,025,732 332,272
Syndicated (USD M) 8,967,432 9,245,286 9,359,034 113,748
Total (USD M) 17,391,402 18,938,746 19,384,766 446,021

Notes:
1. The CMDPortal Securities Database is a live database with financial instruments being added on a daily basis.
2. The CMDPortal Securities Database contains around 10m instruments aggregated from well over 80 sources and growing network of investors, issuers and dealers.
3. Classification of what constitute a Commercial Paper, Certificate of Deposit, etc is determined by the latest update provided by any of our sources. Updates provided by the issuer are final.
4. Euro-Commercial Paper, Euro-Certificates of Deposit, Eurobonds etc are defined as Instruments with ISINs start with XS. Instruments with domestic ISINs are therefore excluded.
5. ISIN means International Securities Identification Number.
6. Third Party is defined as Instruments transacted by a Financial Institution that does not belong to the organization of the Issuer
7. Conversions in USD are effected on trade date.
8. Outstandings include all instruments that have been issued, and which have not yet matured, called or been cancelled and for which we have full required data.

Table 4: Outstanding - International Vanilla Bond Markets by Coupon Type

31/12/2019 31/12/2020 31/03/2021 Difference
Floating rate (USD M) 3,383,698 3,328,587 3,448,731 120,143
Zero coupon (USD M) 862,364 1,419,590 1,433,752 14,163
Fixed rate (USD M) 10,312,473 11,124,768 11,323,407 198,639

Notes:
1. The CMDPortal Securities Database is a live database with financial instruments being added on a daily basis.
2. The CMDPortal Securities Database contains around 10m instruments aggregated from well over 80 sources and growing network of investors, issuers and dealers.
3. Classification of what constitute a Commercial Paper, Certificate of Deposit, etc is determined by the latest update provided by any of our sources. Updates provided by the issuer are final.
4. Euro-Commercial Paper, Euro-Certificates of Deposit, Eurobonds etc are defined as Instruments with ISINs start with XS. Instruments with domestic ISINs are therefore excluded.
5. ISIN means International Securities Identification Number.
6. Third Party is defined as Instruments transacted by a Financial Institution that does not belong to the organization of the Issuer
7. Conversions in USD are effected on trade date.
8. Outstandings include all instruments that have been issued, and which have not yet matured, called or been cancelled and for which we have full required data.

Table 5: Outstanding - Covered Bond Markets

31/12/2019 31/12/2020 31/03/2021 Difference
Covered Bond (USD M) 3,214,440 3,274,069 3,292,866 18,798

Notes:
1. The CMDPortal Securities Database is a live database with financial instruments being added on a daily basis.
2. The CMDPortal Securities Database contains around 10m instruments aggregated from well over 80 sources and growing network of investors, issuers and dealers.
3. Classification of what constitute a Commercial Paper, Certificate of Deposit, etc is determined by the latest update provided by any of our sources. Updates provided by the issuer are final.
4. Euro-Commercial Paper, Euro-Certificates of Deposit, Eurobonds etc are defined as Instruments with ISINs start with XS. Instruments with domestic ISINs are therefore excluded.
5. ISIN means International Securities Identification Number.
6. Third Party is defined as Instruments transacted by a Financial Institution that does not belong to the organization of the Issuer
7. Conversions in USD are effected on trade date.
8. Outstandings include all instruments that have been issued, and which have not yet matured, called or been cancelled and for which we have full required data.

Table 6: Outstanding - Bond Markets by Issuer Type

31/12/2019 31/12/2020 31/03/2021 Difference
Corporate Bonds (USD M) 4,469,824 4,567,721 4,590,924 23,203
Government / SSA Bonds (USD M) 3,584,372 4,796,904 4,998,061 201,157
Senior Bank Bonds (USD M) 3,522,778 3,443,307 3,417,502 -25,805
Subordinated Bank Bonds (USD M) 341,035 324,072 320,394 -3,678
Bank Bonds (USD M) 3,968,020 3,870,295 3,840,661 -29,634

Notes:
1. The CMDPortal Securities Database is a live database with financial instruments being added on a daily basis.
2. The CMDPortal Securities Database contains around 10m instruments aggregated from well over 80 sources and growing network of investors, issuers and dealers.
3. Classification of what constitute a Commercial Paper, Certificate of Deposit, etc is determined by the latest update provided by any of our sources. Updates provided by the issuer are final.
4. Euro-Commercial Paper, Euro-Certificates of Deposit, Eurobonds etc are defined as Instruments with ISINs start with XS. Instruments with domestic ISINs are therefore excluded.
5. ISIN means International Securities Identification Number.
6. Third Party is defined as Instruments transacted by a Financial Institution that does not belong to the organization of the Issuer
7. Conversions in USD are effected on trade date.
8. Outstandings include all instruments that have been issued, and which have not yet matured, called or been cancelled and for which we have full required data.

Table 7: Outstanding - Bond Markets by Issuer Credit Quality

31/12/2019 31/12/2020 31/03/2021 Difference
AAA (USD M) 1,080,820 1,154,799 1,166,254 11,455
Investment Grade excl. AAA (USD M) 7,631,559 8,576,373 8,727,199 150,826
Non-Investment Grade (USD M) 1,261,324 1,252,064 1,253,290 1,226
Unrated (USD M) 4,907,847 5,242,930 5,417,720 174,790

Notes:
1. The CMDPortal Securities Database is a live database with financial instruments being added on a daily basis.
2. The CMDPortal Securities Database contains around 10m instruments aggregated from well over 80 sources and growing network of investors, issuers and dealers.
3. Classification of what constitute a Commercial Paper, Certificate of Deposit, etc is determined by the latest update provided by any of our sources. Updates provided by the issuer are final.
4. Euro-Commercial Paper, Euro-Certificates of Deposit, Eurobonds etc are defined as Instruments with ISINs start with XS. Instruments with domestic ISINs are therefore excluded.
5. ISIN means International Securities Identification Number.
6. Third Party is defined as Instruments transacted by a Financial Institution that does not belong to the organization of the Issuer
7. Conversions in USD are effected on trade date.
8. Outstandings include all instruments that have been issued, and which have not yet matured, called or been cancelled and for which we have full required data.

Table 8: Issuance - Structured Bond Markets by Structure Type

2019 Q4 2020 Q4 2021 Q1 Difference
Interest Rate Linked (USD M) 243,727 479,230 600,270 121,040
Commodity Linked (USD M) 1,669 1,642 1,740 98
Equity Linked (USD M) 501,178 448,060 553,259 105,200
Foreign Exchange Linked (USD M) 2,020 2,042 1,293 -749
Credit Linked Notes (USD M) 3,469 2,836 4,530 1,694
Total Structure Product Market (USD M) 752,063 933,809 1,161,092 227,283

Notes:
1. The CMDPortal Securities Database is a live database with financial instruments being added on a daily basis.
2. The CMDPortal Securities Database contains around 10m instruments aggregated from well over 80 sources and growing network of investors, issuers and dealers.
3. Classification of what constitute a Commercial Paper, Certificate of Deposit, etc is determined by the latest update provided by any of our sources. Updates provided by the issuer are final.
4. Euro-Commercial Paper, Euro-Certificates of Deposit, Eurobonds etc are defined as Instruments with ISINs start with XS. Instruments with domestic ISINs are therefore excluded.
5. ISIN means International Securities Identification Number.
6. Third Party is defined as Instruments transacted by a Financial Institution that does not belong to the organization of the Issuer
7. Conversions in USD are effected on trade date.
8. Outstandings include all instruments that have been issued, and which have not yet matured, called or been cancelled and for which we have full required data.

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