high-yield bond

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Noun1.high-yield bond - a (speculative) bond with a credit rating of BB or lower; issued for leveraged buyouts and other takeovers by companies with questionable credit
bond certificate, bond - a certificate of debt (usually interest-bearing or discounted) that is issued by a government or corporation in order to raise money; the issuer is required to pay a fixed sum annually until maturity and then a fixed sum to repay the principal
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DE), a Germany-based lender, has hired high-yield debt trader, Nick Brice, from Credit Suisse Group AG (NYSE: CS) (ZHR: CSGN) (CSGN.
Global Banking News-September 27, 2010--CIBC names head of high-yield debt trading(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
As far as the outlook for high-yield debt is concerned, it is worth noting that the current cycle has seen default rates rise close to peak levels already.
163(e)(5) applicable high-yield debt obligations (AHYDO) provisions, a portion of the debtor's OID expense may be disallowed and a portion of the creditor's OID income may be reclassified as a distribution from a corporation subject to Sec.
Many grocery retailers remember high-yield debt as the financing structure that helped aggressive companies like Pathmark and Penn Traffic expand during the mega-merger days of the mid-1990s.
TVN said it has secured $23 million in new funding and converted $166 million of high-yield debt to equity in a restructuring with its principle shareholders, which include Morgan Stanley & Co.
Internal Revenue Code section 163(e)(5), the test for high-yield debt instruments, must be avoided.
5 billion acquisition of Unocal by CNOOC, the formation of China International Capital Corporation (CICC), and numerous other equity and high-yield debt offerings, and mergers and acquisitions and private equity transactions involving companies in China.
Coutts, a private bank, has issued a warning to its clients asking them to be careful about a potential collapse of the high-yield debt market.