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a bond issued by a corporation

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For income seekers, corporate bonds are becoming the ballast to anchor personal portfolios in turbulent times.
Recently, 10-year corporate bonds rated A (AAA is the highest rating) were yielding close to 8%.
The Funds consist of comprehensive portfolios of corporate bonds with similar effective maturities.
SIX Swiss Exchange said that the platform is intended to be an alternative to the "highly fragmented bond trading arena" in which most corporate bonds are traded off exchanges.
Of the amount, corporate bonds accounted for NT$320 billion, 62% of the total.
Including Friday's purchases, the bank has so far offered to buy GBP924m of corporate bonds under the scheme, although it has bought just GBP331.
A corporate bond PEP can invest in convertibles and preference shares as well as corporate bonds - many do.
At least 90% of the investment portfolio underlying the active ETF consists of investment grade corporate bonds issued in euro.
22, 2011 (CENS) -- Low interest rates in Taiwan is making the island a haven for raising funds via corporate bonds, NT$30 billion of which were issued in the beginning of September by larger, local firms as China Steel Corp.
While many firms specialize in municipal bonds, equities or securities, AT&T sought broad expertise and distribution capability for its corporate bonds.
The model uses the assumption that bonds in class 1 will default at a rate similar to corporate bonds rated one full category higher (i.
As of today, a total of 50 bonds of start-ups, growing companies and SMEs can be traded in the Frankfurt Stock Exchange's Entry Standard for corporate bonds.
Taipei, July 18, 2011 (CENS) -- To lock in long-term low-interest funds, Taiwan's leading business groups are scrambling to issue corporate bonds in the second half totaling NT$60 billion, with Formosa Plastics Group (FPG) and the state-run CPC, Taiwan, Taiwan Power Company to evade further hikes of benchmark rate by the Central Bank.
Given this volatility, he's moved into the shorter end of the yield curve, purchasing investment-grade corporate bonds maturing in two to five years, rated double A or higher.
The iShares $ Short Duration Corporate Bond UCITS ETF enables investors to participate in the performance of highly liquid, investment grade corporate bonds denominated in US dollars.
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