Russian Eurobonds are debt instruments listed generally in dollar and euro outside Russia. Eurobonds enable Russian companies to attract financial resources from foreign investors. Eurobonds may be issued with a maturity up to 40 years. Today there are listed Eurobonds of the largest Russian companies, such as Gazprom, Lukoil, MMC Norilsk Nikel and etc. Eurobonds generally bear fixed income or floating rate. Eurobonds are traded at all world financial centers. Today Russian Eurobonds are a reliable as well as liquid asset becoming highly attractive after a reduction of treasuries yield.