bond issue

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Noun1.bond issue - bonds sold by a corporation or government agency at a particular time and identifiable by date of maturity
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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This bond issue completes the previous bond issues and private placements carried out since 2009, for a total amount of 5.
2 million convertible bond issues Dolphin Capital Investors Limited ("DCI") announced that it has successfully issued e1/450.
The GCC sovereign bond issues have already witnessed activity this year with Saudi Arabia come with sovereign sukuk for its aviation agency for $4 billion and Dubai with $1.
Investment bankers said a number of bond issues from sovereign issuers and government related entities are expected come to market this year as the Gulf region has a total of $60 billion in debt maturing this year.
Through this and previous bond issues, GIB has successfully reduced its previous reliance on short-term wholesale deposits, thereby more closely aligning the maturity profile of its assets and liabilities.
Through this and previous bond issues, GIB has successfully reduced its previous reliance on short term wholesale deposits, thereby more closely aligning the maturity profile of its assets and liabilities.
If we don't include them in programs like this, they never have a chance to compete and get a share of bond issues like this,'' Perry said.
gasoline-retail subsidiary Citgo also carried out their own bond issues.
While issuers have recourse to Appeals if the TEB Group concludes that a bond is taxable, Appeals itself is still relatively inexperienced in this area, and there are only four Appeals Officers in the United States who handles bond issues.
NOHFC), would allocate a sum of money to guarantee bond issues in Northern Ontario.
What I found interesting and disturbing was the apparent attitude of superintendents that they determine the need for bond issues and not the local boards of education.
Blaylock dug up demand by focusing on these institutions, often overlooked as targets of new bond issues.