Domestic bonds

Domestic bonds

Bonds issued and traded within the internal market of a country and denominated in the currency of that country.

Domestic Bonds

Bonds issued in the country and currency in which they are traded. Unlike international bonds, domestic bonds are not subject to currency risk. They usually carry less risk, as the regulatory and taxation requirements are usually known to investors in domestic bonds, or at least to their brokers and accountants.
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The sale of domestic bonds should ease the rate of drawdown on Sama's overseas assets.
In November and December, 10-year domestic bonds worth e1/455 mln had matured.
Domestic bonds surprised investors in 2014, returning 9.
The finance ministry has approved applications for six-year domestic bonds worth e1/43.
The government also plans to sell as much as 750 million euros in domestic bonds to finance the budget deficit next year and sell additional bonds to roll over domestic debt maturing in 2014, he said.
Domestic bonds Meanwhile, Oman aims to develop its fledgling Islamic finance industry, and a debut issue of sukuk by the government would be a major step towards that.
Electricidad is one of the few Venezuelan companies to also have sold domestic bonds of late.
735tn) in postal savings, of which nearly 90 percent was invested in domestic bonds, with only marginal shares in stocks and foreign assets, the report noted.
Moody s Investors Service (Moody s) has released Botswana s 2011 sovereign credit rating, retaining the A2 rating for both foreign and domestic bonds and revising the outlook upwards from negative to stable .
Last week Cyprus issued e1/4716 million in two-year domestic bonds with its average yield sharply higher at 5.
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