Yen bond

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Yen bond

Any bond denominated in Japanese yen currency.
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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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