Domestic bonds

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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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Summary: Galt & Taggart tops the arrangersEe' league table for domestic bond issuances in the Caucasus states, published by Cbonds Information Agency.
5 billion ($25million) into the African Domestic Bond Fund (ADBF).
Zadjali said on Monday that Oman did not plan any more international borrowing this year, but that the government would issue 150 million rials of domestic bonds in December, bringing total domestic bond issuance this year to 450 million rials.
Ghana has plans to issue the two-year bond, with a target of almost $50 million, in October in order to strengthen the Government's financing sources and support the domestic bond market, added the Finance Minister.
This bond and Sukuk sale marks Qatar's second foray into the domestic bond market this year.
The bank is offering OMR3bn of government bonds in its second domestic bond sale this year.
The auction yesterday was the first after the latest domestic bond exchange that created new and more liquid 10-year and 25-year benchmark bonds.
This, therefore, entails strengthening the role of domestic bond markets.
The debt sale was conducted in the domestic bond market.
Manila, Feb 7, 2012 - (ACN Newswire) - First Metro Investment Corporation has been voted as the Best Domestic Bond House in the Philippines by Hong Kong-based The Asset Publishing and Research Ltd.
The borrowing plans are in line with the ministry's announced intentions last month to triple the size of Russia's public debt in the next three years while keeping most of the borrowing to the domestic bond market.

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