Treasury balance sheet for the month of December 2022

Here is the main part of the publication “Budget Focus” by Attijari Global Research (AGR) for the month of December 2022, entitled “2022 report: A quasi-exclusive recourse by the Treasury to the domestic market”:

Treasury Need:

– The Treasury had significant recourse to the domestic debt market in 2022.

– The domestic market has captured nearly 90% of its annual need against an estimate of 72% of the 2022 Finance Law.

– At the end of 2022, the Treasury’s net financing requirement stood at 71.1 billion dirhams (MMDH) against an estimate of the 2022 FL of 72.6 billion MAD.

– The internal financing of the Treasury stands at 65 billion dirhams at the end of 2022 against a forecast of 52 billion dirhams for the LF 2022.

– The net external financing of the Treasury stands at 6.1 billion dirhams against a forecast of 20.7 billion dirhams for the LF 2022.

Treasury debt:

– Treasury debt would have reached 956 billion dirhams (MMDH) at the end of 2022, against 885 billion dirhams in 2021.

– The domestic debt should reach 747 billion dirhams in 2022, up 9.5% compared to 2021, taking into account the use of the LPL for an amount of 21 billion dirhams.

– The external debt should increase by 3%, from 204 billion dirhams in 2021 to 210 billion dirhams in 2022.

– The weight of external debt in the Treasury’s overall indebtedness in 2022 remains in line with its benchmark benchmark. This stands at 25%-75% between external and internal debt.

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