Eurobonds, Financial Management

The term 'Eurobonds' refers to bonds issued and sold outside the home country of the currency. For example, a dollar denominated bond issued in the UK is a Euro (dollar) bond, similarly, a  year denominated bond issued in US is a Euro (Yen) bond.

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