Liquidity reserve

Deutsche Telekom ensures the solvency and financial flexibility of the Group at all times by means of an adequate liquidity reserve. Credit lines and cash are assessed as covering the maturities of bonds and loans of the next 24 months. As of June 30, 2017 the liquidity reserve amounts to EUR 12.6 billion.
For more information on the liquidity reserve, please refer to page 20 of the current Q2/2017 Backup (pdf, 1.7 MB).


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Maturity profile

The maturities of all bonds and term loans are presented as of June 30, 2017. Commercial papers are not included. Zero bonds are included at the repayment amount, i.e., including the full interest accrued up to the end of the term. Bonds are presented in nominal amounts in the respective currency – converted into Euro.

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