Benchmark Bond

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Benchmark Bond

The most recent issue of a bond with a given maturity. A benchmark bond's performance is used to compare the performances of other bonds with the same maturity and of similar issue sizes, coupons, and liquidity. See also: benchmark.
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Also outstanding were P909.3-billion benchmark bonds; P50 billion in 25-year CB-BoL T-bonds; P26.05-billion onshore dollar T-bond; and P1.6 trillion in retail treasury bonds (RTBs).
Meanwhile, the biggest bloc of the long-term debt were P850 billion worth of benchmark bonds, or papers that can be traded in the secondary market.
320 issue of the benchmark bonds attracted 7,439.2 billion yen in bids, compared with 5,999.3 billion yen for the previous monthly issue.
The 10-year benchmark bonds will mature on September 28, 2021.
Last week, ARDAL told Reuters that Slovakia intends to place in April new benchmark bonds with a maturity of between 10 or 15 years as syndicated paper registered on the local market in a bid to tempt new investors and enhance liquidity.
In late January it raised 8 billion euros with the sale of new, 5-year benchmark bonds.
Also outstanding were P909.3 billion in benchmark bonds; P50-billion 25-year CB-BoL T-bonds, and P25.9 billion in onshore dollar T-bond.
Bloomberg has reported that according to Nomura Holdings Inc (NYSE: NMR), Queensland state's funding arm would halt new sales of benchmark bonds because of market volatility.
Also outstanding were P909.3 billion in benchmark bonds, P50-billion 25-year CB-BoL T-bonds and P26.1 billion in onshore dollar T-bond.
The Dominican Republic has said that it is planning to sell benchmark bonds overseas.
Benchmark bonds reached P909.3 billion in benchmark bonds; 25-year CB-BoL T-bonds, P50 billion; and onshore dollar T-bond, P26.8 billion.
Also outstanding were P958.4 billion in RTBs, P909.3 billion in benchmark bonds; P50 billion in 25-year CB-BoL T-bonds; and P25.8-billion onshore dollar T-bond.