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bonds sold by a corporation or government agency at a particular time and identifiable by date of maturity

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CEO Seiji Nakata assured Dominguez of the institution's support for the samurai bond issue.
The GCC bond issues is worth more than $4.6 billion in 2014, while in Q1 of 2013 the bond issues were worth $14.5 billion.
The bond issues have different maturities of between 10 and 12 years.
Euro Bond Issue - e1/450.0 million of new 5-year, 5.5% coupon unsecured Euro Convertible Bonds, convertible into DCI common shares at an initial conversion price of e1/40.5737 per Share; and 2.
PSA Finance Argentina's third bond issue totals a maximum ARS75m (USD18.3m/EUR12.7m), while its fourth bond issue aggregates ARS25m, Moody's said.
Royal Bank of Scotland estimates $8-$10 billion bond issues in the region in the current quarter.
Ras Al Khaimah to raise Dh2 billion through bond issue
Abu Dhabi plans no immediate bond issues following its non-deal roadshows in several European countries this week, an official at the Gulf emirate's debt management agency told Reuters on Tuesday.
Sabic Capital, affiliated to petrochemicals giant Saudi Basic Industries Corp (Sabic), plans a benchmark dollar bond issue before the end of June, a senior executive told Reuters.
Through this and previous bond issues, GIB has successfully reduced its previous reliance on short term wholesale deposits, thereby more closely aligning the maturity profile of its assets and liabilities.
Generally, the volume of new money bond issues has been greater than bonds issued for refunding purposes.
The state's largest law firm served as bond counsel in 2007 on 105 Arkansas bond issues aggregating $1,006,400,000 in principal amount, or 62 percent of the total principal amount of all publicly issued bonds.
gasoline-retail subsidiary Citgo also carried out their own bond issues. Six years ago, Electricidad held about 90% of its debts in bank loans.
But voters have previously twice rejected bond issues for a police building.