Portfolio investments include investments in equity and investment fund shares, where the investor's share is less than 10%, as well as debt securities investment. The data on the portfolio investment stock on the assets side are presented crosswise according to: the country of investment and the type of the security, the country of investment and the sector of the domestic investor, and the type of the security and the original currency in which the securities are issued.

Foreign securities investments already included in the official foreign reserves data are not included in the portfolio investments category.



Latest developments:

On 30.06.2020, portfolio investment stock on the assets side (investments of residents in foreign securities) amounted to Euro 402.3 million, of which Euro 367.7 million are investments in foreign equity securities, while Euro 34.6 million are investments in foreign debt securities.

Analyzed by countries, the largest portfolio investments are in the United States, in the amount of Euro 284.1 million and Germany, amounting Euro 40.8 million.

From the aspect of the investments by the currency of denomination, the largest part of portfolio investments are made in US Dollar and Euro (Euro 291.6 million and Euro 99.1 million, respectively).

Analyzed by the Sector of the resident holder, at the end of first semester of 2020, Insurance Corporations and Pensions Funds have a dominant share, with stock of portfolio investments amounted to Euro 332.7 million or 82.7% from the total portfolio investments. With respect to the Sector of the non-resident issuer, resident investments in securities issued by Other Financial Corporations (other than Insurance Corporations and Pension Funds and Money Market Funds) and Nonfinancial Corporations (Euro 272.4 million and Euro 75.2 million, respectively) are dominant.






 



  


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