International bonds, Financial Management

International bonds are divided into two categories namely, foreign bonds and euro bonds. Foreign bonds are issued by a borrowing company in another country and the bond is denominated in the currency of the country where it is marketed or sold. For example, an Indian company sells bonds in the   USA  in dollar denomination. Euro bonds are issued in the currency of one country but sold in other countries. Example, a dollar denominated bond sold in the  UKand a rupee denominated bond issued in the USA.

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