Government and Corporate Bonds

Bonds are debt instruments which governments and corporations use to borrow monies from the general public on a long term basis. Bonds typically pay a coupon/interest periodically, most times semiannually. Payment of principal can take place at maturity of the bond, in the case of a bullet payment bond or it can be paid throughout the tenor of the bond as in the case of an amortized bond. Bonds are auctioned on the primary market, Regional Government Securities Market, and traded on the secondary market, the Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange.

 

 

Sovereign Bond Issues :

ISSUER AMOUNT AVAILABLE MATURITY DATE COUPON RATE YIELD CURRENT PRICE RATING PROSPECTUS
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil

Internationally Traded Corporate Bond Issues :

ISSUER MATURITY DATE QUANTITY AVAILABLE COUPON RATE YIELD CURRENT PRICE RATING
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
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