Federal public debt rises and closes October at R$5.778 trillion, says Treasury

The outstanding Federal Public Debt (DPF) increased by 0.46% in October and ended the month at R$5.778 trillion. The data were released this Friday, 25, by the National Treasury. In September, the stock was at R$ 5.751 trillion.

The interest rate adjustment in the FPD stock was BRL 35.39 billion last month, while there was a net redemption of BRL 9.11 billion.

FPD includes domestic and external debt. The Internal Federal Public Securities Debt (DPMFi) increased by 0.60% in October and ended the month at R$ 5.528 trillion.

The External Federal Public Debt (DPFe) fell 2.53% in the month, totaling R$ 250.00 billion at the end of August.

Portion linked to the Selic

The share of DPF securities pegged to the Selic rose again in October, to 37.92%. In September, it was at 37.11%. Fixed-rate papers, on the other hand, decreased their share from 28.23% to 27.06%.

Inflation-linked securities increased to 30.44% of outstanding FPD in October, compared to 29.93% in September. Exchange papers fluctuated their participation in the FPD from 4.73% to 4.58% last month.

Twelve months

The Treasury also informed that the share of FPD maturing in 12 months dropped from 23.96% in September to 22.37% in October.

The average debt term rose from 4.02 years to 4.03 years using the same comparison. The FPD accumulated 12-month average cost fell from 10.47% per year to 10.04% per year last month.


The participation of foreign investors in the total Public Debt rose in October. According to data released by the National Treasury, the share of non-resident investors in Brazil in the DPMFi stock increased from 9.21% in September to 9.26% last month.

At the end of 2020, the slice was at 9.24%, reaching 10.56% in December last year. The stock of securities held by foreigners totaled BRL 512.02 billion in October, compared to BRL 506.08 billion in July.

The largest share in the DPMFi stock continued with financial institutions, with 28.68% in October, compared to 29.43% in July. The share of investment funds increased from 24.23% to 24.63% last month.

Subsequently, the Social Security group increased its share from 22.66% to 22.92% from one month to the next. Insurers, on the other hand, increased from 4.01% to 4.05% in the same comparison.

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