dual currency bond
A form of debt instrument where the coupon and principal payments occur in different currencies. The Base Currency of a dual currency bond is that in which it is issued and interest payments are made. A dual currency bond exposes its holder to forex market risk due to fluctuations in the exchange rate of the two currency involved.
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