Foreign bond market

Foreign bond market

Issues floated by foreign companies or government in the domestic bond market.

Foreign Bond Market

Bonds traded in a given country that were issued by a foreign government or company. The foreign bond market trades in the domestic currency and is regulated by domestic regulators.
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It features a diagram for each of the three markets considered by the PBM, domestic bond market, foreign bond market, and money market.
Panel (a) represents the equilibrium condition for the foreign bond market (equation 3) in terms of the variables i and e.
Without considering possibilities in the foreign bond markets, an investor could limit his or her total return because over half of the world's fixed-income securities are issued outside the U.
long-term interest rates-rising steeply early in the year and falling in the second half-the change in the differential against most major foreign bond markets increased in favor of U.
investors shifted funds from foreign stock markets into foreign bond markets as overseas bond markets rallied.
Foreign stock prices declined sharply early in the quarter, and although most prices recovered by the end of the quarter, rallying foreign bond markets diverted investors away from stocks.
Foreign bond markets, for example, suffered with the U.
In the United States, bond prices plummeted; prices in foreign bond markets also fell, but not as sharply as in the United States (chart 2).
Foreign bond markets continued to advance, as long-term interest rates fell in most countries (chart 4).
A large share of the PEMEX debt is in the foreign bond markets, with total issues reaching US$3.

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