coupon bond

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a bond issued with detachable coupons that must be presented to the issuer for interest payments

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Callables should have a higher yield than non-callables and zeroes should have a higher yield than coupon bonds, all else being equal.
Parents can use zero coupon bonds to plan for their children's education cost by staggering the maturity for the year your child turns 18, 19, 20 and 21.
36 percent in Treasury's TRY denominated fixed coupon bond auction on July 18.
On July 19, the Treasury will hold two auctions to sell 22-month (665-day) TRY denominated zero coupon bonds with settlement date on May 15, 2013, and nine-year (3,101-day) TRY denominated fixed coupon bonds with semiannually, 5.
On May 10, Treasury will hold two more auctions to sell 21-month (651-day) TRY denominated zero coupon bonds and five-year (1,722-day) TRY denominated fixed coupon bonds with semiannually, 4.
On Tuesday (April 12), Treasury will hold an auction to sell 22-month (679-day) TRY denominated, zero coupon bonds.
5- Turkey's Treasury will hold two auctions for quarterly couponed TRY-denominated fixed coupon bonds with three-year maturity and semi-annually couponed TRY-denominated floating coupon bonds with seven-year maturity.
In the auction for 7-year TRY-denominated floating coupon bonds, nominal bids totaled 2.
The United Kingdom's unique Annington repackaging of floating rate zero coupon bonds to meet the demand for long dated sterling bonds
In the second auction to sell 7-year TRY denominated floating coupon bonds, the total bid had been 3.
The JULI is currently comprised of 1,727 fixed coupon bonds issued by 315 issuers spread across the financial institutions, industrials and utilities sectors.
On Tuesday, the Treasury will sell 20-month (609-day) TRY-denominated zero coupon bonds.
On Tuesday, the Treasury will sell 20-month (609-day) TRY denominated zero coupon bonds.
FirstEnergy") and Scottish and Southern Energy plc ("SSE") announced today that they and representatives of the ad hoc committee (the "Committee") representing certain holders of the GBP360 million variable coupon bonds due 2006, the US$250 million 7.
Bonos" are fixed-rate, local currency-denominated coupon bonds.