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Title: The Economist Intelligence Unit Guide to ...
Publication Date: 1993
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Eurobonds - securities that can be underwritten and marketed in several nations simultaneously, though always outside the United States - comprise a large, fast-growing international capital market. This guide introduces financial professionals and bond issuers to the key investment and planning considerations for issuing and trading Eurobond instruments and their derivative products. Designed for Eurobond professionals and potential issuers and practitioners alike, the guide explains the financial structure of Eurobonds, profiles the leading institutional players, and examines in-depth the full range of leading Eurobond instruments, including fixed, floating rate, zero coupon, and high yielding bonds as well as equity related and currency option linked bonds. Key Eurobond derivatives, including swaps, forward swaps, and swaptions, are covered as well. Specific investment advice helps readers assess Eurobond market conditions, price a new issue, and bring it to market. The book reviews the basic principles of secondary market trading, and explains how regulatory trends in the United Kingdom impact Eurobond investment decisions.
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