A BOND that is issued simultaneously in a domestic market and the EUROMARKETS. Global bonds, which may be fixed or floating rate and carry maturities ranging from 1 to 30 years, are generally issued by large, wellknown CORPORATIONS or supranational that have international operations and broad name recognition. See also DRAGON, EUROBOND.

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