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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.
Global sukuk bond issue exceeded $85 billion in 2011 and is expected to reach $120-130 billion in 2012.
Royal Bank of Scotland estimates $8-$10 billion bond issues in the region in the current quarter.
The five-year bond issue has been priced at 110 basis points over SIBOR (Saudi Interbank Offer Rate).
MANAMA: Bahrain-based Gulf International Bank (GIB) has successfully closed its nearly $1 billion Saudi riyal-denominated bond issue, which was launched in Saudi Arabia through the bank's Riyadh branch.
In a sharp reversal of a decade-old policy, the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday ordered that a $500 million bond issue be negotiated with a consortium of lenders rather than awarded through a competitive bidding process.
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.
An interesting future awaits minority investment bankers with corporate-bond clout as a three-year, $450 million AT&T bond issue, which closed late last year, is touted as one of the largest all-minority, woman-managed financing deals.
The new law has a provision called a Grant Anticipation Revenue Vehicle (GARVEE) that allows states to borrow against future federal entitlements through bond issues to speed up work on highways.
Thus, large bond issues frequently include at least a moderate amount of zeros as a way of meeting the needs of limited segments of the investing public.
Sources of funding include philanthropy (approximately $775 million), cash from NYUHC operations, future bond issues and state grants.
Summary: The GCC bond issues till date amount to $8.