Global bonds, Financial Management

A debt obligation that is issued and traded both in the US bond market and the Eurobond market is referred to as global bond. For an entity to issue global bonds, it has to meet the following characteristics: (i) The issuer must have a consistent demand for funds, (ii) An entity must need large amount of funds on a regular basis, and (iii) The issuing entity must be an entity with high credit rating. 

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