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Fiscal Data

   
   
 

New York City (NYC)
Debt Repayment Obligations

 
     
  Particulars General Obligation Bonds1 Revenue Bonds and Notes2  
  (in thousands)  
  Fiscal year ending
June 30, 2017:
Principal Interest³ Principal Interest  
  2018
$2,194,465
$1,661,483
$348,235
$658,894
 
  2019
$2,162,676
$1,564,719
$379,280
$672,180
 
  2020
$2,292,575
$1,465,078
$363,585
$654,337
 
  2021
$2,243,226
$1,360,241
$357,575
$636,825
 
  2022
$2,242,145
$1,256,495
$414,335
$619,384
 
  2023-2027
$10,709,329
$4,739,362
$2,421,185
$2,765,094
 
  2028-2032
$7,545,372
$2,624,742
$3,064,564
$2,079,567
 
  2033-2037
$5,311,912
$1,166,411
$3,049,540
$1,297,928
 
  2038-2042
$2,624,573
$315,152
$2,015,485
$618,401
 
  2043-2047
$564,328
$27,167
$1,322,650
$227,630
 
  2048-2052
$4
$153
$275,000
$13,750
 
  Thereafter until 2147
$41
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-
-
 
  Subtotal
$37,890,646
$16,181,003
$14,011,434
$10,243,990
 
  Less interest component
-
$16,181,003
-
$10,243,990
 
  Total future debt
service requirements
$37,890,646
-
$14,011,434
-
 
     
  Notes:
1 General obligation bonds are government debt issued to raise money to finance public improvements. It is a municipal bond backed by the credit and "taxing power" of the issuing jurisdiction, rather than the revenue from a given project. No assets are used as collateral.
2 Revenue bonds are government debt used to fund projects that will eventually generate revenue directly. These revenues are used to pay off the bonds.
3 Includes interest for general obligation bonds estimated at 3% rate on tax-exempt adjustable rate bonds, and at 4% rate on taxable adjustable rate bonds which are the rates at the end of the fiscal year.
 
     
     
 

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Source:
Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports of the Comptroller