Yen bond

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Yen bond

Any bond denominated in Japanese yen currency.

Yen Bond

A bond denominated in Japanese yen. A yen bond is usually issued by a Japanese entity and is traded in Japan, but this is not always the case. For example, a yen bond may be issued in Japan by a foreign company or even issued outside Japan. See also: Euroyen bond.
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But Ito warned that any new yen bonds issued by Greece would only be for investors who have "a very high risk tolerance".
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The Samurai bonds, or yen bonds sold in Japan by foreign issuers, will be placed in the second half of May in denominations of at least JPY100,000 (USD1,245/EUR947).
It added it planned to increase its holdings of yen bonds and foreign bonds, with a focus on dollar bonds.
Samurai bonds are yen bonds issued in Japan by non-Japanese entities.
Greece has announced that it will be looking to tap the markets through USD and Yen bonds later in the year.
Citigroup will reschedule the issue of the samurai bonds, yen bonds issued in Japan by non-Japanese entities.
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