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kauri

1. a New Zealand coniferous tree, Agathis australis, with oval leaves and round cones: family Araucariaceae
2. the wood or resin of this tree
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Kauri bonds are debt securities denominated in New Zealand dollars that are issued within New Zealand by a non-New Zealand entity (usually highly rated entities).
Issuers of Kauri, Eurokiwi, and Uridashi bonds play an important role in New Zealand's financial system.
While Uridashi and Eurokiwi issuance has fallen out of favour compared to the pre-GFC period, issuance of Kauri bonds has steadily increased since 2013.
Novgoroder Kaufleute bezogen die Kauris aus West europa und verkauften sie weiter an finnisch-ugrische und turksprachige Volker in Zentralrussland.
Jedoch die Handelswege der Kauris berucksichtigend ware eher zu vermuten, dass diese Benennung ursprunglich in Westeuropa aufkam.
This is relevant especially for offshore investors, who may hold Kauris as part of an overall view on the New Zealand economy (as an alternative to NZGBs);
Higher interest rates in New Zealand compared to offshore make Kauris a more attractive investment.
Slowly away, Kauris moved up to have every chance three furlongs out and kept on steadily, without being put under strong pressure, to finish two lengths behind the winner, Sces.
AfDB said it made the decision to issue the new Kauri offering, its first in over six years, because conditions on the New Zealand dollar have become more favourable for issuers and investors.
AfDB's first Kauri offering in over six years was able to draw in extra investor attention for its rarity value.