Aussie Central Bank Buying Up RMBS

The Australian central bank has bought residential mortgage-backed bonds in year-long repurchase agreements for the first time in an attempt to breath life into the country’s almost frozen securities market.

  • 18 Apr 2008

-- Alex Sebastian

The Australian central bank has bought residential mortgage-backed bonds in year-long repurchase agreements for the first time in an attempt to breath life into the country’s almost frozen securities market. The Reserve Bank of Australia bought A$320 million ($296 million) of notes. Previously, the longest agreement ...

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