Domestic bonds

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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THE Debt Management Office (DMO), says only three corporate entities accessed the domestic bonds market in 2017 with a total issuance of N23.15 billion.
Yaroslavl's debt structure is dominated by domestic bonds (53% of 2017 total debt), followed by low-cost federal budget loans (42%) and bank loans (5%).
Qatar's central bank said yesterday it had sold 5.575bn riyals ($1.53bn) of domestic bonds, with issuance heavily focused on the long end of the yield curve.
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.
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA; President: Shinichi Kitaoka) launched on September 2, 2016 Fiscal Investment and Loan Program (FILP) Agency bonds (non-government guaranteed domestic bonds) in two tranches: JPY 20 billion with a 10-year maturity and JPY 15 billion with a 30-year maturity.
The Saudi government has been issuing 20 billion Saudi riyals (Dh19.58 billion) of domestic bonds to banks every month from August 2015 to finance the deficit.
Regarding the debt structure during the period January-July 2013, the data indicates that total borrowing for 2013 was from treasury bills to the tune of 31 per cent, loans 30 per cent, domestic bonds 30 per cent and Euro Commercial Papers 9 per cent.
The government also issued P66 billion worth of global bonds and P364.9 billion in regular domestic bonds.
GPIF pension fund investment assets totaled 108,129.7 billion yen at the end of calendar 2011, of which domestic bonds accounted for 67 percent, domestic stocks 11 percent, foreign stocks 10 percent and foreign bonds 8 percent.
The bank, also known as Lembaga Pembiayaan Ekspor Impor, also plans to sell IDR3.5trn (USD3.8bn/EUR2.9bn) worth of domestic bonds between June and December 2012, which will have maturities of one, three, five, seven and 10 years.
The government will give priority to domestic bonds in seeking new debts in the coming years, he added.

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