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The Life Cycle of Government of Canada Bonds in Core Funding Markets

Narayan Bulusu and Sermin Gungor

Bank of Canada Review, 2017, vol. 2017, issue Spring, 31-41

Abstract: Data on the use of government securities in the repo, securities lending and cash markets suggest there are bond market clienteles in Canada. Shorter-term bonds are more prevalent in the repo market, while longer-maturity securities are more active in the securities lending market-consistent with the preferred habitat hypothesis. These results could help design better debt-management strategies and more-effective policies to maintain well-functioning financial markets.

Date: 2017
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