New inflation-linked bond helps to ensure a broad investor base

Authors Andersen, Nicolaj Schou; Damgaard, Louise
Subject Government Debt; Government debt management
Type Government Debt
Year 2021
Published 22 December 2021
Abstract icon In the 2nd half of 2022, the Danish central government opens a new inflation-linked bond maturing in 2034. Inflation-linked bonds issued by the Danish central government enable investors to invest in a safe asset whose return tracks Danish consumer price inflation. The main reason why the central government continues to issue inflation-linked bonds is to ensure a broad and stable investor base.