A zero-coupon bond
is a debt security that does not pay interest but is traded at a discount, generating profit at maturity when the bond is redeemed for 100 percent.
yields were available for the entire period for all investment horizons considered.
Under the assumption of no-arbitrage, domestic zero-coupon bond
Section 6 will show forth the convertible zero-coupon bond
which is the target of this paper.
To achieve the protected minimum repayment at maturity, a large proportion of the money invested in the CPU is invested in a zero-coupon bond
with the same maturity.
They are zero-coupon bonds
because interest is not paid until maturity.
If the borrower holds the ZCIOFRM the entire 30 years, at maturity the borrower delivers the zero-coupon bond
to the lender in satisfaction of the entire outstanding principal balance.
Examples include floating-rate notes, zero-coupon bonds
, and put bonds.
Consequently, if an investor has to sell a zero-coupon bond
before maturity, there is no assurance that he will realize the anticipated yield.
Example: Investor buys a 20-year, $1,000 face value zero-coupon bond
for $500 when 10 complete years remain to maturity.
The company raised INR5bn through a zero-coupon bond
You might invest $5,700 today in a municipal zero-coupon bond
and get back $10,000 in 10 years, completely tax-free" says George Strickland, portfolio manager, Thornburg Intermediate Municipal Fund in Sante Fe, New Mexico.
Some of these compound instruments may combine only a few fundamental instruments; for example, a callable zero-coupon bond
combines (from the issuer's perspective) an unconditional payable and a call option held.
LLC, whereby investors gain exposure to a yield-enhanced, zero-coupon bond
issued by Resolution Funding Corporation (RefCorp Zero).
According to the ministry, the balances of the second type of bond, the zero-coupon bond
, is up to EGP 65.