This chart shows the constituents of the selected index with each rectangle sized according to notional amount of the respective issuer, with component rectangles corresponding that that issuer's bonds. The colour of each rectangle is determined by its market yield, with the highest yielding bonds in red.
Click on the country headings to view the component bonds and right click to return to the index overview. Use the controls below the chart to change the index, metric, scale and to show central bank holdings.

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