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The bond market (also debt market or credit market) is a financial market where participants can issue new debt, known as the primary market, or buy and sell debt securities, known as the secondary market. This is usually in the form of bonds, but it may include notes, bills, and so for public and private expenditures. The bond market has largely been dominated by the United States, which accounts for about 39% of the market. As of 2021, the size of the bond market (total debt outstanding) is estimated to be at $119 trillion worldwide and $46 trillion for the US market, according to Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA).

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  • سوق السندات تعرف أيضًا باسم سوق الدين أو سوق الائتمان هو سوق مالي حيث يمكن للمشاركين إصدار ديون جديدة، تُعرف بالسوق الأولية، أو شراء وبيع سندات الدين، والمعروفة باسم السوق الثانوية. (ar)
  • El mercat de bons, mercat d'obligacions o mercat de deute és un mercat financer en el qual els participants compren i venen de deute, generalment en forma de bons. El 2006, la grandària del mercat internacional de bons s'estimava en 45 bilions de dòlars, destacant-hi la grandària del mercat de bons americans (25,2 bilions. A principis de l2007, la major part dels 923.000 milions de dòlars que de mitjana es negociaven diàriament en el mercat de bons estatunidenc, tenia lloc entre agents corredors i grans institucions en mercats no organitzats; no obstant això, un petit nombre de bons, principalment corporatius, cotitzen a la borsa de valors. Les referències al mercat de bons normalment es refereixen al mercat de perquè la seva grandària, liquiditat, falta de risc financer i, per tant, sensibilitat a les taxes d'interès, el mercat de bons sovint es fa servir per indicar canvis en les taxes d'interès o en la forma de la . (ca)
  • Η αγορά ομολόγων (επίσης γνωστή ως αγορά χρέους ή πιστωτική αγορά) αποτελεί μια . (el)
  • The bond market (also debt market or credit market) is a financial market where participants can issue new debt, known as the primary market, or buy and sell debt securities, known as the secondary market. This is usually in the form of bonds, but it may include notes, bills, and so for public and private expenditures. The bond market has largely been dominated by the United States, which accounts for about 39% of the market. As of 2021, the size of the bond market (total debt outstanding) is estimated to be at $119 trillion worldwide and $46 trillion for the US market, according to Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA). Bonds and bank loans form what is known as the credit market. The global credit market in aggregate is about three times the size of the global equity market. Bank loans are not securities under the Securities and Exchange Act, but bonds typically are and are therefore more highly regulated. Bonds are typically not secured by collateral (although they can be), and are sold in relatively small denominations of around $1,000 to $10,000. Unlike bank loans, bonds may be held by retail investors. Bonds are more frequently traded than loans, although not as often as equity. Nearly all of the average daily trading in the U.S. bond market takes place between broker-dealers and large institutions in a decentralized over-the-counter (OTC) market. However, a small number of bonds, primarily corporate ones, are listed on exchanges. Bond trading prices and volumes are reported on Financial Industry Regulatory Authority's (FINRA) Trade Reporting and Compliance Engine, or TRACE. An important part of the bond market is the government bond market, because of its size and liquidity. Government bonds are often used to compare other bonds to measure credit risk. Because of the inverse relationship between bond valuation and interest rates (or yields), the bond market is often used to indicate changes in interest rates or the shape of the yield curve, the measure of "cost of funding". The yield on government bonds in low risk countries such as the United States or Germany is thought to indicate a risk-free rate of default. Other bonds denominated in the same currencies (U.S. Dollars or Euros) will typically have higher yields, in large part because other borrowers are more likely than the U.S. or German Central Governments to default, and the losses to investors in the case of default are expected to be higher. The primary way to default is to not pay in full or not pay on time. (en)
  • El mercado de bonos (también conocido como mercado de deuda, de crédito o de renta fija) es un mercado financiero donde los participantes compran y venden títulos de , usualmente en la forma de bonos. Para el 2006, el tamaño del mercado de bonos internacional se estimaba en $45 billones, de los cuales es destacable el tamaño de la deuda del mercado de bonos americanos: $25,2 billones.​ A inicios de 2007, la mayor parte de los $923 mil millones que en promedio se negocian a diario en el mercado de bonos norteamericanos,​ tiene lugar entre agentes corredores y grandes instituciones en un mercado descentralizado over-the-counter (OTC); sin embargo, un pequeño número de bonos, principalmente corporativos, están listados en la bolsa de valores. Las referencias al "mercado de bonos" normalmente se refieren al mercado de bonos del Estado porque su tamaño, liquidez, falta de riesgo financiero y, por tanto, sensibilidad a las tasas de interés, el mercado de bonos es a menudo usado para indicar cambios en las tasas de interés o en la forma de la curva de rendimiento. (es)
  • Der Rentenmarkt (auch Obligationenmarkt, Anleihenmarkt oder Bondmarkt genannt, englisch Bond market) ist ein Marktsegment des Kapitalmarktes, auf dem Anleihen und Teilschuldverschreibungen, die so genannten Rentenpapiere, gehandelt werden. Komplementärbegriff ist der Aktienmarkt. (de)
  • Le marché obligataire est le marché sur lequel les entreprises ainsi que les États se financent, les investisseurs y déterminant les rendements obligataires. (fr)
  • Рынок облигаций — составная часть рынка капиталов (рынка ценных бумаг), на которой осуществляются средне- и долгосрочные заимствования. Для него характерны инструменты (векселя и облигации), по которым, как правило, выплачивается процент за фиксированный период времени и которые по условиям займа имеют срок погашения от года до 30 лет. Под рынком в данном случае подразумевается совокупность соответствующих ценных бумаг, физических и юридических лиц, вовлеченных в сделки с этими бумагами и механизмов, делающих возможными данные сделки. (ru)
  • O mercado de títulos (também mercado de dívida ou mercado de crédito é um mercado financeiro de risco onde os participantes podem emitir novas dívidas, conhecido como mercado primário, ou comprar e vender títulos de dívida, conhecido como mercado secundário. Em 2021, o tamanho do mercado de títulos (dívida total pendente era estimado em US $ 119 trilhões em todo o mundo e US $ 46 trilhões no mercado dos Estados Unidos, de acordo com a Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA. Quase toda a negociação média diária no mercado de títulos dos EUA ocorre entre corretores e grandes instituições de forma descentralizada over-the-counter (OTC. (pt)
  • 债券市场是金融市场的一種,債務人可以在債券市場发行新的债务(債券),此時為债券一级市场,此後其他投資者可以從債權人手中購買債券或投資者之間交易債券,此時為债券二级市场。 (zh)
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  • Corporate Debt (en)
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  • Mortgage Related (en)
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  • سوق السندات تعرف أيضًا باسم سوق الدين أو سوق الائتمان هو سوق مالي حيث يمكن للمشاركين إصدار ديون جديدة، تُعرف بالسوق الأولية، أو شراء وبيع سندات الدين، والمعروفة باسم السوق الثانوية. (ar)
  • Η αγορά ομολόγων (επίσης γνωστή ως αγορά χρέους ή πιστωτική αγορά) αποτελεί μια . (el)
  • Der Rentenmarkt (auch Obligationenmarkt, Anleihenmarkt oder Bondmarkt genannt, englisch Bond market) ist ein Marktsegment des Kapitalmarktes, auf dem Anleihen und Teilschuldverschreibungen, die so genannten Rentenpapiere, gehandelt werden. Komplementärbegriff ist der Aktienmarkt. (de)
  • Le marché obligataire est le marché sur lequel les entreprises ainsi que les États se financent, les investisseurs y déterminant les rendements obligataires. (fr)
  • Рынок облигаций — составная часть рынка капиталов (рынка ценных бумаг), на которой осуществляются средне- и долгосрочные заимствования. Для него характерны инструменты (векселя и облигации), по которым, как правило, выплачивается процент за фиксированный период времени и которые по условиям займа имеют срок погашения от года до 30 лет. Под рынком в данном случае подразумевается совокупность соответствующих ценных бумаг, физических и юридических лиц, вовлеченных в сделки с этими бумагами и механизмов, делающих возможными данные сделки. (ru)
  • O mercado de títulos (também mercado de dívida ou mercado de crédito é um mercado financeiro de risco onde os participantes podem emitir novas dívidas, conhecido como mercado primário, ou comprar e vender títulos de dívida, conhecido como mercado secundário. Em 2021, o tamanho do mercado de títulos (dívida total pendente era estimado em US $ 119 trilhões em todo o mundo e US $ 46 trilhões no mercado dos Estados Unidos, de acordo com a Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA. Quase toda a negociação média diária no mercado de títulos dos EUA ocorre entre corretores e grandes instituições de forma descentralizada over-the-counter (OTC. (pt)
  • 债券市场是金融市场的一種,債務人可以在債券市場发行新的债务(債券),此時為债券一级市场,此後其他投資者可以從債權人手中購買債券或投資者之間交易債券,此時為债券二级市场。 (zh)
  • El mercat de bons, mercat d'obligacions o mercat de deute és un mercat financer en el qual els participants compren i venen de deute, generalment en forma de bons. El 2006, la grandària del mercat internacional de bons s'estimava en 45 bilions de dòlars, destacant-hi la grandària del mercat de bons americans (25,2 bilions. (ca)
  • The bond market (also debt market or credit market) is a financial market where participants can issue new debt, known as the primary market, or buy and sell debt securities, known as the secondary market. This is usually in the form of bonds, but it may include notes, bills, and so for public and private expenditures. The bond market has largely been dominated by the United States, which accounts for about 39% of the market. As of 2021, the size of the bond market (total debt outstanding) is estimated to be at $119 trillion worldwide and $46 trillion for the US market, according to Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA). (en)
  • El mercado de bonos (también conocido como mercado de deuda, de crédito o de renta fija) es un mercado financiero donde los participantes compran y venden títulos de , usualmente en la forma de bonos. Para el 2006, el tamaño del mercado de bonos internacional se estimaba en $45 billones, de los cuales es destacable el tamaño de la deuda del mercado de bonos americanos: $25,2 billones.​ (es)
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  • Bond market (en)
  • سوق السندات (ar)
  • Mercat de bons (ca)
  • Rentenmarkt (de)
  • Αγορά ομολόγων (el)
  • Marché obligataire (fr)
  • Mercado de bonos (es)
  • Mercado de títulos (pt)
  • Рынок облигаций (ru)
  • 債券市場 (zh)
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