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bonds sold by a corporation or government agency at a particular time and identifiable by date of maturity

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AREVA launched and priced today a 750-million euro bond issue due on March 20, 2023 (9-year maturity) with an annual coupon of 3.
acted as financial advisor to the Company in connection with the Euro Bond Issue and the US$ Bond Issue.
In the first quarter of 2011 we witnessed bond issues worth $1.
The funds and bond issues we passed, totaling billions of dollars, were for the children and not for the enjoyment of the school board members and the superintendents.
Money raised from the bond issue will be used for reconstruction and to build water and sewer infrastructure plants.
Student Loan Funding closed the $100 million bond issue just days after Congress agreed to a compromise on President Clinton's proposal to replace the current student loan program with federal direct lending.
Thus, while financial managers are now more likely to consider maturity length in structuring a new bond issue for sale, it can be expected that duration will gradually supplant maturity as a consideration.
As a result, following the additional bond issue later in 2007 MADS will be higher than expected when Fitch issued the original rating.
Electricidad de Caracas' success has awakened a lot of interest" in bond issues, Pirrone says.
Thus, if the IRS wanted to audit a particular bond issue, it had to identify and audit the bondholders who were excluding the tax-exempt interest on their returns and, through those audits, seek third-party information from the issuer and conduit borrower to determine whether the bonds met the requirements for exemption under the Code and regulations.
and the provincial regulatory body that reviews bond issues.
Blaylock dug up demand by focusing on these institutions, often overlooked as targets of new bond issues.
If we don't include them in programs like this, they never have a chance to compete and get a share of bond issues like this,'' Perry said.
Through this and previous bond issues, GIB has successfully reduced its previous reliance on short term wholesale deposits, thereby more closely aligning the maturity profile of its assets and liabilities.
The GCC sovereign bond issues have already witnessed activity this year with Saudi Arabia come with sovereign sukuk for its aviation agency for $4 billion and Dubai with $1.