1992 guide to selected domestic bond markets



Publisher: Euromoney Publications in London

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Edition Notes

Other titlesSelected domestic bond markets.
Statementedited by Mark Johnson.
SeriesEuromoney Research Guides
ContributionsJohnson, Mark., Euromoney.
The Physical Object
Pagination48p. ;
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14247437M

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Political, economic and social events. Domestic bonds accounted for 70% of the total and international bonds for the remainder. The United States was the largest market with 33% of the total followed by Japan (14%). As a proportion of global GDP, the bond market increased to over % in from % in and 80% a decade earlier.

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