corporate bond

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Noun1.corporate bond - a bond issued by a corporation; carries no claim to ownership and pays no dividends but payments to bondholders have priority over payments to stockholders; "a corporate bond is a safer investment than common stock in the same company"
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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ALI) has secured board approval to raise up to P25 billion from a mix of retail bond, corporate notes and bilateral loan deals as it prepares to fund record-high capital spending this year.
In February last year, the company raised P3 billion by issuing a 10-year corporate notes, proceeds of which were used to refinance existing obligations to extend the maturity of the company's obligations.
Verizon) today announced that it has filed a prospectus supplement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for the issuance of corporate notes through Incapital LLC's InterNotes program, which is targeted at retail investors.
It can be used to secure traditional commercial loans, the backing of bonds, corporate notes, or other securities.
DMCI-PDI), the residential property development arm of DMCI Holdings,will issue a corporate notes facility worth P10 billion.
Treasury bonds, a combination of Treasuries and agency bonds, only corporate notes, or only municipal debt.
The yield on five-year A corporate notes rose 75 basis points since mid-2013 to 9.
Both: sovereign and corporate notes were pulled down in price, especially on the recently placed ones.
Bloomberg reports that, as of 1 April 2013, the restrictions and sub-limits governing purchases of government and corporate notes will be removed - thus making it easier for foreign funds to buy into INR-denominated debt.
Insurers typically invest much more heavily in corporate notes and other fixed-income securities that pay higher rates than bills, notes and bonds issued by the U.
8m) notes, backed by broadly syndicated first-lien senior secured corporate loans as well as other corporate notes and bonds, the investment manager added.
5 billion corporate notes issued October and nearly $5 billion on loan from NCUSIF.

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