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  • noun

Synonyms for face value

the value of a security that is set by the company issuing it

Related Words

the apparent worth as opposed to the real worth

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It said: "Under the terms of the arrangement with a legitimate and established sales company, all supporters will be informed at the point of sale, of primary face value tickets if they are available.
If a stated-face-value voucher is redeemed for products or services with a value equal to or more than the face value of the voucher, any sales tax due must be collected from the customer at the time the sale occurs.
The seller replied: "Take a look at the face value on tickets, usually pounds 50 plus, it's because I'm a local sponsor that I get them cheaper.
So if you pay Rs 850 for a bond with a face value of Rs 1,000 and a coupon rate of 10 per cent, the current yield is 11.
The "old" silver dimes and quarters soon disappeared from circulation for their face value, and many of them have since been melted down for their silver content.
In the first half of 2006, average face value of coupons rose 10.
Best of a real portfolio showed that the average economic value of a portfolio of policies with 9-10 year life expectancies is 15% of face value, while the range is from 4% to 26%.
The difference between the carrying amount of a policy (acquisition cost plus capitalized premiums plus income recognized) and its face value is recognized as income ratably over the insured's life expectancy.
But trading standards chiefs claim all 12 unofficial agents they approached about buying tickets broke the law by failing to volunteer their true face value.
Calvinists tend to say we traditional Baptists do not believe the Bible, but the more accurate statement is that we do not take the C passages at face value.
treasury bills with a combined face value of $200 billion to Japan and Switzerland respectively, officials said Friday.
For example, a bond with a face value of $20,000 maturing in 20 years might be purchased for about $6,600.
Namihaya Bank saw its shares go limit-down for the eighth business day on the Osaka Securities Exchange on Tuesday, closing down by 5,000 yen, the maximum allowable in one day, to their face value of 50,000 yen, hampering its plan to issue new shares to boost its capital.
Inquiries have indicated offers ranging between pounds 600 and pounds 1,200 for two tickets - up to 20 times their face value.
One way to lie is to accept at face value what are known to be official lies, uncritically passing them on to the public without adequate confirmations.