coupon bond


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Related to coupon bond: zero coupon bond, Discount bond
  • noun

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

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Discount bond method: An inflation-indexed debt instrument that does not qualify for the coupon bond method is subject to the discount bond method under Temp.
Recently the Arkansas Development Finance Authority (ADFA) issued the first $30 million of an expected $200 million in zero coupon bonds that will be offered over the next several months.
15 billion Turkish liras- TL (685 million USD) of net TRY denominated fixed coupon bonds on Monday.
On Tuesday, it will sell 3-year (994-day) TRY-denominated fixed coupon bond with quarterly payment at 2 percent coupon rate.
In the auction for 7-year TRY-denominated floating coupon bonds, nominal bids totaled 2.
On Monday, Treasury's June 17, 2015 fixed coupon bond attracted a compound yield of 8.
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.
3 billion USD) of 21-month TRY-denominated zero coupon bonds.
Investors are subject to income taxes annually on the accreted interest of the Series' zero coupon bond holdings.
On Tuesday, the Treasury will sell 21-month denominated zero coupon bond.
A change in interest rates affects the market price of zero-coupon bonds more dramatically than that of coupon bonds.
Since the initial offering in 1985, more stock was issued, along with current coupon bonds with a face value of $335 million and $215 million in zero coupon bonds that have both since been retired.
RefCorp Zero bonds are backed by zero coupon bonds issued by the United States Treasury.
Treasury held two auctions to sell 20-month TRY denominated zero coupon bonds and 8-year TRY denominated fixed coupon bonds.