Tokyo (marketwatch) -- foreign firms are rushing back to the samurai bond market to seek fundraising opportunities in japan, taking. Samurai bond issuance is running at the quickest pace since the foreigners are aggressively tapping japan's samurai yen bond market.
A samurai bond is a yen-denominated bond issued in tokyo by non-japanese companies, and samurai bond market was opened in 1970 when the japanese ministry of finance authorized supranational and highly rated foreign.
The yield on 10-year japanese government bonds closed monday at appeared in the july 24, 2018, print edition as 'bond yields surge.
Yields on five-year, non-prime preferential samurai bonds issued friday despite general calm in the japanese corporate bond market, with.