Foreign bond market

Foreign bond market

Issues floated by foreign companies or government in the domestic bond market.

Foreign Bond Market

Bonds traded in a given country that were issued by a foreign government or company. The foreign bond market trades in the domestic currency and is regulated by domestic regulators.
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The issue enabled the bank to diversify its investor base by currency and geography, and also promote the development of China's foreign bond market. Bank of China (BOC) (601398.SS) (HKG: 3988) (OTC: BACHF.PK) (OTC: BACHY) served as lead underwriter and lead bookrunner for the issue, the report added.
Panel (a) represents the equilibrium condition for the foreign bond market (equation 3) in terms of the variables i and e.
The Eurobond market began in the early sixties and has grown much more rapidly than the foreign bond market. This growth is attributable to several unique features.
A reader interested in, say, the oil industry or the foreign bond market can easily follow each particular segment through the crisis.
The lender last tapped the foreign bond market in early 2011.
29 March 2012 - Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Foreign Trade of Vietnam, or Vietcombank, may tap the foreign bond market this year, the lender's chairman, Nguyen Hoa Binh, said in a report obtained by Reuters today.
28 February 2012 - Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade (VietinBank) is set to tap the foreign bond market this year, Vietnamese government-run website ndhmoney.vn reported, citing the bank's chairman, Pham Huy Hung.
A large share of the PEMEX debt is in the foreign bond markets, with total issues reaching US$3.192 billion at the end of 2001.
long-term interest rates-rising steeply early in the year and falling in the second half-the change in the differential against most major foreign bond markets increased in favor of U.S.
investors shifted funds from foreign stock markets into foreign bond markets as overseas bond markets rallied.
In the United States, bond prices plummeted; prices in foreign bond markets also fell, but not as sharply as in the United States (chart 2).
Foreign bond markets continued to advance, as long-term interest rates fell in most countries (chart 4).

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