utility bond


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Synonyms for utility bond

a bond issued to finance the construction of public utility services

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We particularly like generation and utility bonds today and also well-structured health care.
The Blue Lake Expansion project is pegged at $145 million, to be paid with a combination of state grants and the sale of municipal utility bonds.
The absence of utility bonds with high rates and relatively large issuance are prompting financial firms to go after RMBS as the spreads tighten," said Hisayoshi Nogawa, a structured credit strategist at BNP Paribas Securities Japan Ltd.
On the other hand, if we let Steve Peace and the other Sacramento politicians have their way, we might be paying for this year's budget fiasco for decades to come, as with those utility bonds.
The spread on investment-grade utility bonds continued to drift upward, but this appeared to reflect the market's increasing perception that some firms in that industry might become riskier as a result of deregulation and new competitive pressures.
Katz, "The Differential Effects of Bond Rating Changes Among Industrial and Public Utility Bonds by Maturity," Journal of Business (April 1976), pp.
Lafayette Life, the 10th largest life insurer in indiana, keeps about 90 percent of its investments in first mortgage utility bonds and in AAA-rated mortgage-backed securities, Poxon says.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Fitch Ratings upgrades the ratings on the following New Orleans, LA (the city) utility bonds issued on behalf of the New Orleans Sewerage and Water Board (the board):
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-4 February 2010-S&P corrects Harris County Municipal Utility bonds ratings(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
The outstanding legislative schemes to make the utilities whole, establish a state power authority and buy-down excessively priced renewable energy and cogeneration contracts carry a price tag of $20 billion to $25 billion in state-backed or utility bonds.
To compensate investors for event risk, yields on investment-grade industrial bonds rose relative to yields on high-grade utility bonds.
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