Eurobonds


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Eurobonds

[ˈjʊərəʊbɒndz] NPLeurobonos mpl
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Belarus in early August 2010 placed a debut issue of eurobonds for $600 million with 8.
According to financial covenants for Eurobonds, the threshold for net debt/EBITDA growth is 3.
He said the government was also issuing new Eurobonds.
27 June 2012 - Russian state-controlled lender Vnesheconombank (VEB) has sold eurobonds worth a total USD1bn (EUR801m), news agency Prime reported on Wednesday, citing a banking source.
European Central Bank head Jean-Claude Trichet has hinted that eurobonds may become a feature of life in the single currency zone, but only if the 17 members band together in a fiscal federation'.
Russia-based TransCredit Bank, a bank controlled by Russian Railways, is planning to sell eurobonds.
Last year Macedonia issued Eurobonds of 175 million euros, some 100 million euros of which has already been spent on current costs.
Summary: Global investment bank Goldman Sachs suggested that Lebanon's three to seven year maturity Eurobonds should fetch a better price than the current rates, a valuation that should encourage investors to buy these bonds.
The decision also states that the Ministry of Finance can, on behalf of the state, buy back the Eurobonds in the open market or in another way at any price.
Russian corporate Eurobonds extended their losses on Thursday, though the number of gainers increased against the previous days.
In conjunction with the issuance of new Eurobonds, OMV has also launched tender offers for any and all of its EUR 1 bn 6.