Yen bond

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Yen bond

Any bond denominated in Japanese yen currency.

Yen Bond

A bond denominated in Japanese yen. A yen bond is usually issued by a Japanese entity and is traded in Japan, but this is not always the case. For example, a yen bond may be issued in Japan by a foreign company or even issued outside Japan. See also: Euroyen bond.
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Gulf firms have also issued yen bonds over the last few years, with National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) and Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund Mubadala selling 'samurai bonds', which are yen securities sold by a non- Japanese company.
It added it planned to increase its holdings of yen bonds and foreign bonds, with a focus on dollar bonds.
Samurai bonds are yen bonds issued in Japan by non-Japanese entities.
Greece has announced that it will be looking to tap the markets through USD and Yen bonds later in the year.
Citigroup will reschedule the issue of the samurai bonds, yen bonds issued in Japan by non-Japanese entities.
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on Tuesday upgraded the long-term debt rating for global bonds, yen bonds and notes of Malaysia's Petroliam Nasional Bhd.
MONTERREY, Mexico -- Fitch Ratings has assigned the following ratings to the Japanese Yen Bonds issued by America Movil, S.
PK), considered to be Japan's second-biggest bank by market value, has sold yen bonds.
The LDP hopes that these steps will boost purchases of yen bonds by overseas government institutions and investors, and increase the ratio of yen-bond holdings in other nations' foreign exchange reserves, the panel said.
19 /PRNewswire/ -- The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW) has announced that the company elects to redeem in advance its 7 percent Japanese yen bonds due in 1994.
AX) is planning to sell samurai bonds, which are yen bonds sold in Japan by foreign borrowers.