Foreign Bond MarketsBonds
Bond markets are international. Over years the restrictions which reduced foreign investment slowly disappeared, and investors can easily purchase bonds from markets beyond their own. There are several qualifications that are used to denote bonds which are not from your home country.
Any bond issued from bond markets that are not your domestic nation is known as a Foreign Bond. This typically applies to bonds in a foreign denomination, but it is not absolute. Foreign bonds can be issued in your nation’s domestic currency. Note that your country may issue bonds in foreign denominations, which may give rise to arbitrage opportunities or differences in returns.
Eurobonds are an example of bonds issued in a different country than their issuer’s country. If the Swiss nation chose to issue bonds denominated in Euros or American Dollars, they will reach a wider supply of capital than they will if they only issued bonds in Swiss Francs. Issuing bonds in widely circulated currencies has multiple benefits for both the issuer and the purchaser. The bonds have access to a wider supply of capital and potentially have access to lower interest rates. Bond purchasers benefit as well. Instead of having to convert currencies to purchase, they can purchase these issues in their home currencies. They also have easy access to bonds outside of their domestic market.
Lastly, Emerging market debts are debts issued by developing nations. This debt is defined by the development level and location of the issuer. These usually are accompanied by lower credit ratings, which require higher interest rates to compensate investors for their risk. These also are more volatile compared to developed national bonds, and typically have higher amounts of price changes. These bonds become vulnerable to default when economic or political issues create financial strains within the nation.
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