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

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However, we have heard for the first time that when issuing the Eurobond the foreign investors' interest in borrowing exceeded Macedonia's demand.
The Eurobond received strong global interest, with an order book of $2.
The issuance of this Eurobond depends on several factors, among which political factors and capital market conditions and price.
Zambia's $1bn Eurobond in 2014 also received investor orders to the tune of $5bn.
The nation has named Barclays Plc (LSE :BARC), Standard Chartered (LSE: STAN) and Deutsche Bank (NYSE :DB) as Eurobond advisors.
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.
The Zenith Bank issued a $500 million 5 year senior unsecured Eurobond with a coupon of 6.
April came as a record-breaking month not only by number but also by volumes of Russian Eurobond offerings.
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.
5% annual coupon Euro/US dollar dual-currency Eurobond with a five year maturity.