Definitions for "International bonds"
International Bonds are usually issued by foreign governments or corporations. Like U.S. Bonds, the value of International Bonds typically falls when local Interest Rates rise, and rises when local Interest Rates fall. In addition, the value of International Bonds is also subject to fluctuations in foreign exchange currency rates.
Government and corporate bond investment in non-US developed countries throughout the world
Bonds that are traded outside the country of the issuer. International bonds are either foreign bonds trading in a foreign national market or Eurobonds trading in the international market.
Keywords:  idr, icc, depository, commerce, receipt
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Depository Receipt (IDR)