Acta Universitatis Danubius. Œconomica, Vol 4, No 1 (2008)

The International Government Bond Market

Alina Hagiu


The international financial market is formed by ensembles of markets on which are transacted primary instruments and derivate instruments. In this whole the international government bond market has a central role, assuring the mobilization of some important financial resources, on a long period. Much more complex, the bond issuing on international market is realized by a specific and complex mechanism. The international government bond market isn’t a new creation, the bonds issued by governments being transacted on the international market from hundreds of years. The bonds remain the main financing channel, accessible unfortunately mostly to the developed countries, even though more and more emergent markets became attractive to investors. The financing trough bond issuing represents the most complex and efficient way of international financing, assuring the mobilizing and circulation of an important volume of financial resources.


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