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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1999 Week 2 Hansard (11 March) . . Page.. 651 ..

Cash Flow

(Question No. 96)

Mr Quinlan asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 9 March 1999:

Recognising that Governments use the short-term money market for cash flow management including both the official and unofficial short-term cash markets and the equity markets In relation to the Financial Management Report for the period ending 31 January 1999, specifically the cashflow statement table on page 21 of the January monthly consolidated financial management review -

(1) What are the sources of the cash used to purchase investments projected to be worth $2.049b for the full year, and being $790.151m for the Year to Date.

(2) What is source, or who are the providers, of all borrowings received in the table.

(3) What investment products were bought with regard to the cash in (1).

(4) Does the ACT Government provide financing to any other entity than the Reserve Bank on

(a) a one-to-one basis,

(b) through any other Government agency,

(c) through the equities market, or

(d) through the unofficial money market, and if so who are those entitles.

(5) How are the short falls between investments purchased and sold reconciled in the financial statements.

(6) Does a short fall get recorded in the balance sheet if the projected borrowing received exceeds the projected repayment of borrowings as projected in the table.

7) What are

(a) all of the investment products, current and non-current, being used by the ACT Government and

(b) who administers the portfolio.

8) What are

(a) all of the debt instruments, current and non-current, employed by the ACT Government and

(b) who administers them.

(9) For (7) and (8) what are the values of all products listed.

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