Bond Market


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Bond Market

The supply and demand for the buying and selling of bonds. The bond market involves both government and corporate bonds in both the primary market (the first sale at issue) and the secondary market (all subsequent sales). Most transactions involving bonds occur over-the-counter. Bond prices both affect and are affected by the current state of the stock market.
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The Rebisco group's banking arm Asia United Bank (AUB) plans to debut on the local bond market and set up a bond program of as much as P30 billion, diversifying its funding source outside of deposit-taking.
It will encourage cross-border issuances, especially for corporations domiciled in those ASEAN countries still developing a fully functioning bond market.
It was formed as an integral part of policy actions agreed under the Asian Bond Market Initiative to promote the development of bond markets, mainly by providing credit guarantees to ASEAN+3 bond issuers.
Synopsis: China's bond market is destined to play an increasingly important role at home and abroad.
Speaking at the Botswana Bond Market Association conference last week, Macroeconomic and Financial Management Institute, executive director, Dr Michael Antigi-Ego said developed bond markets play an important role in the country's economy as they expand an opportunity for financing both government projects and the private sector.
The PRC remained the largest bond market in terms of size in emerging East Asia, with 75.3% of the regions total outstanding bonds.
The ADB said developing a housing bond market will help make houses become affordable for a greater number of people, especially those living in urban areas.
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"The issuance not only supports the development of the Philippine bond market but also ASEAN's efforts toward financial integration," he added.
This framework was created under the Asian Bond Markets Initiative (ABMI), a joint effort by ASEAN+3 to promote local currency bond market development.