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The bond market of Azerbaijan is presented by the government and corporate bonds. The domestic bond market of Azerbaijan falls far behind the Eurobond market in terms of volume and makes only 20% of the total debt market of the country.
The Public Debt Management Agency (Azerbaijani: Dövlət Borcunun İdarə Edilməsi Agentliyi) under the Finance Ministry of the Republic of Azerbaijan is engaged in issuing and managing the national debt of Azerbaijan.
The public debt of Azerbaijan consists of the following types of bonds:
• DQI (Azerbaijani: Dövlət Qısamüddətli İstiqrazları) are short-term government bonds with a maturity of 12 months, issued at a discount to nominal value;
• DOI (Azerbaijani: Dövlət Ortamüddətli İstiqrazları) are intermediate coupon government bonds with a maturity of 2, 3 and 5 years.
Azerbaijan government bonds are placed through a public auction at the Baku Stock Exchange (BSE).
The price of the bonds is the subject for sale at an auction. The book-building is carried out through the investment companies that are members of the Baku Stock Exchange.
|2021-04-07||Moody's Investors Service revised outlook on Azerbaijan to positive and affirmed at "Ba2" (LT- foreign currency) credit rating|
|2021-04-07||Moody's Investors Service revised outlook on Azerbaijan to positive and affirmed at "Ba2" (LT- local currency) credit rating|
|2021-01-25||S&P Global Ratings revised outlook on Azerbaijan to stable and affirmed at "BB+" (Foreign Currency LT) credit rating|
|2021-01-25||S&P Global Ratings revised outlook on Azerbaijan to stable and affirmed at "BB+" (Local Currency LT) credit rating|
|2020-11-23||Fitch Ratings affirms Azerbaijan at "BB+" (LT Int. Scale (foreign curr.) credit rating); outlook negative|