Bond market

The bond market—often called the debt market or credit market—is a financial marketplace where investors can trade in government-issued and corporate-issued debt securities. Governments typically issue bonds in order to raise capital to pay down debts or fund infrastructural improvements. Publicly-traded companies issue bonds when they need to finance business expansion projects or maintain ongoing operations—Read more at Investopedia. Chen, James. “Bond Market.” 16 July 2019.