consols


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con·sol

 (kŏn′sŏl, kən-sŏl′)
n.
often consols A government bond in Great Britain, originally issued in 1751, that pays perpetual interest and has no date of maturity. Also called bank annuity.

[Short for Consolidated Annuity.]

consols

(ˈkɒnsɒlz; kənˈsɒlz)
pl n
1. (Banking & Finance) irredeemable British government securities carrying annual interest rates of two and a half or four per cent. Also called: bank annuities
[short for consolidated stock]
Translations

consols

[ˈkɒnsɒlz] NPL (Brit) (Fin) → fondos mpl consolidados

consols

pl (Brit Fin) → Konsols pl, → konsolidierte Staatsanleihen pl

consols

[ˈkɒnsɒlz] npl (Stock Exchange) → titoli mpl del debito consolidato
References in classic literature ?
Mr Flower's remarks rankled particularly because it so happened that Consols were the identical investment on which he had decided.
You're a tradesman," he told Philip, "you want to invest life in consols so that it shall bring you in a safe three per cent.
Work, you see, and land to cultivate are the poor man's consols.