zero-coupon bond

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Synonyms for zero-coupon bond

a bond that is issued at a deep discount from its value at maturity and pays no interest during the life of the bond

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In 2011, the Poway Unified School District which serves the city of Poway, California, and part of San Diego, borrowed $105 million on a 40-year capital appreciation bond.
Dale filed a bill this week aimed at restricting how school districts can issue capital appreciation bonds.
However, most of the district's debt is capital appreciation bonds, whose values steadily accrete through 2050.
The bonds are structured as capital appreciation bonds that convert to pay interest on a semi-annual basis commencing March 1, 2017.
9,867,332 series 2006C second subordinate capital appreciation bonds due June 1, 2046 downgraded to 'B-sf' from 'B+sf', removed from Negative Watch and assigned a Negative Outlook;
AFFORDABLE DEBT: Overall debt burden is modest; debt, pension and other post-employment benefit (OPEB) costs are moderate; and the use of capital appreciation bonds will not cause annual debt service hikes.
140,630,248 capital appreciation bonds series 2002A
NEW YORK -- The issuance of capital appreciation bonds (CABs) is fairly common in municipal finance, particularly for issuers in rapidly growing areas.
As a result, downgrades were taken on a number of turbo and capital appreciation bonds (CABs) which are typically more leveraged and are more negatively affected by the MSA payment decline.
5 million SPS capital appreciation bonds, series 2011B;
As a result, downgrades were taken on a number of turbo and capital appreciation bonds which are typically more leveraged and are more negatively impacted by the MSA payment decline.
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