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Bearer bonds Bearer bonds are bonds that are not registered on the books of the issuer. Such bonds are held in physical form by the owner, who receives interest payments by physically detaching coupons from the bond certificate
Additional bonds test Additional bonds test are a test for ensuring that bond issuers can meet the debt service requirements of issuing any new additional bonds.
Structural bonds Structural bonds is the bonds created when firms add value by making structural changes that facilitate the relationship with customers and suppliers.
Parallel bonds Parallel bonds refer to those bonds placed in different countries and denominated in the respective currencies of the countries where they are placed.
Treasury bonds Treasury bonds is the longest-term U.S. Treasury debt securities, with original maturities beyond 10 years.
Corporate bonds Corporate bonds is debt securities issued by private corporations with original maturities longer than five years.
Junk bonds Junk bonds cen be defined as bonds with ratings below Baa (or BBB) that have a high default risk.
Default-free bonds Default-free bonds is the books with no default risk, such as U.S. government bonds.
Foreign bonds Foreign bonds is the sold in a foreign country and denominated in the country’s currency.
Sushi bonds Sushi bonds— Eurodollar, or other non-yen denominated, bonds issued by a Japanese corporation for sale to Japanese investors.