Eurobond


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Eu·ro·bond

 (yo͝or′ō-bŏnd′)
n.
An unregistered bond denominated in a different currency than that of the country in which the bond is issued, such as a bond denominated in yen issued in South Africa by an Indian company.

eurobond

(ˈjʊərəʊˌbɒnd)
n
(Stock Exchange) (sometimes capital) a bond issued in a eurocurrency

Eu•ro•bond

(ˈyʊər əˌbɒnd)

n.
a U.S. corporate bond, offered for sale in the European market, denominated and yielding interest in U.S. dollars.
[1965–70]
Translations

Eurobond

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Summary: The Central Bank is expected to receive around $1 billion in the form of either a deposits or subscription to Lebanese sovereign Eurobonds soon, sources revealed Thursday.
Russia tapped the global bond market in March, raising $3bn in a new dollar-denominated Eurobond and [euro]750m (PS667m) in a top-up issue of an existing euro-denominated Eurobond.
"The proceeds from this Eurobond will be used to finance some of the development infrastructure projects, the general budgetary expenditure (in accordance with the applicable legal requirements) and to refinance part or all the obligations outstanding under the $750 million (Sh75.8 billion) Eurobond due in June 24, 2019 and potentially part of the other debt obligations," Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich wrote on Wednesday in a statement that heavily praised the success of the Eurobond.INFRASTRUCTUREThe mention of 'some of the development infrastructure projects' revives memories of the controversial 2014 bond.
The audit was conducted by PKF Kenya who won the bid to audit the Eurobond.
However, we have heard for the first time that when issuing the Eurobond the foreign investors' interest in borrowing exceeded Macedonia's demand.
"Maintaining good relations with the investors provides lower interest rates during the issuance of Eurobonds and presents a sound practice that is welcomed by all investors.
Zambia's $1bn Eurobond in 2014 also received investor orders to the tune of $5bn.
The first Eurobond deal was executed in May 2013, when KazAgro successfully placed its debut Eurobonds in the amount of 1 billion dollars for a tenor of 10 years and coupon rate of 4.625%, according to the press service of the Holding.
Behaviour of Russian Eurobond yield curves by sectors clearly represents the scale of investor interest in Eurobonds of the major sectors in April.
SOCAR has placed Eurobonds in the amount of $1 billion for 10 years on the CEEMEA market (Central & Eastern
20 July 2012 - Russian lender VTB Bank (MCX:VTBR) will host a string of investor meetings with the help of Citibank, UBS (NYSE:UBS) and VTB Capital that could be followed by a eurobond issue denominated in US dollars, news agency Prime said today, citing a market source.