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G7 Bond

What is 'G7 Bond'

A term used to refer to government bonds issued by a nation in the Group of Seven (G7). A G7 bond is considered relatively less risky than bonds issued by nations outside the G7.

The G7 nations are Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. All these nations are considered industrialized and developed countries.

Explaining 'G7 Bond'

For retail investors, there are funds that invest mainly in G7 bonds. These fixed-income funds target risk-averse investors looking for stability and preservation of capital. G7 bonds are often characterized by their high liquidity and low risk.


Further Reading


On the relationship between changes in stock prices and bond yields in the G7 countries: Wavelet analysis
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
… Among the seven countries, Canada, Japan, and the UK show that changes in stock prices are more persistent than those in long-term bonds … Fig. 1. Estimated wavelet variance of changes in stock prices and bond yields in G7 countries …

The pricing of G7 sovereign bond spreads–The times, they are a-changinThe pricing of G7 sovereign bond spreads–The times, they are a-changin
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
… Among the seven countries, Canada, Japan, and the UK show that changes in stock prices are more persistent than those in long-term bonds … Fig. 1. Estimated wavelet variance of changes in stock prices and bond yields in G7 countries …

Volatility spillover dynamics and relationship across G7 financial marketsVolatility spillover dynamics and relationship across G7 financial markets
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
… Among the seven countries, Canada, Japan, and the UK show that changes in stock prices are more persistent than those in long-term bonds … Fig. 1. Estimated wavelet variance of changes in stock prices and bond yields in G7 countries …

Linearity and stationarity of G7 government bond returnsLinearity and stationarity of G7 government bond returns
repository.hkbu.edu.hk [PDF]
… Among the seven countries, Canada, Japan, and the UK show that changes in stock prices are more persistent than those in long-term bonds … Fig. 1. Estimated wavelet variance of changes in stock prices and bond yields in G7 countries …

Disagreement among forecasters in G7 countriesDisagreement among forecasters in G7 countries
www.mitpressjournals.org [PDF]
… Among the seven countries, Canada, Japan, and the UK show that changes in stock prices are more persistent than those in long-term bonds … Fig. 1. Estimated wavelet variance of changes in stock prices and bond yields in G7 countries …

Stock‐Bond Co‐Movements and Flight‐To‐Quality in G7 Countries: A Time‐Frequency AnalysisStock‐Bond Co‐Movements and Flight‐To‐Quality in G7 Countries: A Time‐Frequency Analysis
onlinelibrary.wiley.com [PDF]
… Among the seven countries, Canada, Japan, and the UK show that changes in stock prices are more persistent than those in long-term bonds … Fig. 1. Estimated wavelet variance of changes in stock prices and bond yields in G7 countries …

Exploring the benefits of international government bond portfolio diversification strategiesExploring the benefits of international government bond portfolio diversification strategies
www.tandfonline.com [PDF]
… Among the seven countries, Canada, Japan, and the UK show that changes in stock prices are more persistent than those in long-term bonds … Fig. 1. Estimated wavelet variance of changes in stock prices and bond yields in G7 countries …

International stock–bond correlations in a simple affine asset pricing modelInternational stock–bond correlations in a simple affine asset pricing model
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
… Among the seven countries, Canada, Japan, and the UK show that changes in stock prices are more persistent than those in long-term bonds … Fig. 1. Estimated wavelet variance of changes in stock prices and bond yields in G7 countries …

Macroeconomic factors and the correlation of stock and bond returnsMacroeconomic factors and the correlation of stock and bond returns
papers.ssrn.com [PDF]
… Among the seven countries, Canada, Japan, and the UK show that changes in stock prices are more persistent than those in long-term bonds … Fig. 1. Estimated wavelet variance of changes in stock prices and bond yields in G7 countries …



Q&A About G7 Bond


When was the G7 formed?

The G7 was formed in 1975.

Who are the members of the G7?

Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom and United States.

What is a G7 bond?

A G7 bond is a government bond issued by a nation in the Group of Seven (G7).

Where can you find more information about S&P Dow Jones Indices?

You can find more information at spglobal.comspdjienindicesfixed-incomesp-g7-sovereign-bond-indexoverview .

What is the G7?

The G7 is a group of seven countries.

Why do investors consider bonds issued by these countries relatively less risky than those issued by other countries?

Investors consider bonds issued by these countries relatively less risky because they are considered industrialized and developed.

Who are the nations that make up the G7?

The nations that make up the G7 are Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. All these nations are considered industrialized and developed countries.

What does S&P Dow Jones Indices provide information about?

S&P Dow Jones Indices provides information on sovereign bond indices for government bonds from different countries including US Treasuries and German Bunds.