is a dollar bond issued by a non-U.S. borrower in the United States.
A foreign issuer's dollar-denominated bond that is registered with the SEC and traded in the U.S. markets.
A bond of a foreign issuer payable in U.S. dollars and registered with the Securities Exchange Commission.
A eurobond issued in the US by a foreign issuer... more on: Yankee bond
Foreign bond issued in the U.S. market, payable in dollars, and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
(Obligation Yankee) A bond issued in U.S. dollars, on the U.S. market, by a foreign issuer.
Nickname for a dollar-denominated, foreign issued bond that is registered for sale in the U.S.
Dollar-denominated bonds issued in the US by foreign banks and corporations when the US market is more favorable than the Eurobond market or domestic markets overseas. See: Dollar Bond; Eurobond
A bond denominated in U.S. dollars and issued in the United States by foreign banks and corporations.