We will now calculate 10-year Commonwealth Government Security yields from the Reserve Bank’s F16 data series, following its reintroduction in December 2023.
We are seeking stakeholder feedback on a proposed amendment to the 2022 Rate of Return Instrument that impacts Victorian electricity and gas businesses. Submissions close on 26 January 2024.
The Rate of Return Instrument 2022 will no longer use Reserve Bank F3 data to calculate return on debt.
Our 2023 Rate of Return update illustrates annual changes in market data since the publication of the 2022 Rate of Return Instrument.
The intent of the rate of return annual updates is to provide stakeholders with information on rate of return data, particularly time series market data, showing changes since the publication of the 2022 Instrument.
This is the fifth topic in a series of working papers that we will produce as part of our pathway to the 2022 Rate of Return instrument. The outcomes from these working papers will feed in to the active phase of our 2022 Rate of Return instrument review.
The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) today released its position paper on the pathway to the 2022 Rate of Return Instrument.