coupon bond


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Noun1.coupon bond - a bond issued with detachable coupons that must be presented to the issuer for interest paymentscoupon bond - a bond issued with detachable coupons that must be presented to the issuer for interest payments
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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Today the Treasury will issue a new five-year fixed coupon bond in addition to the re-issues of the ten-year CPI-linker followed by the re-issues of the ten-year fixed coupon bond, seven-year FRN and two-year fixed coupon bond tomorrow.
25/share; ii) purchasing the new convertible put/call 1-year 3% coupon bond of USD 70mn with a conversion price of USD 5.
Under prior regulations, taxpayers purchasing TIPS at par or at a de minimis premium or discount were required to recognize income using the coupon bond method of Regs.
Treasury held a 21-month (644-day) TRY denominated zero coupon bond auction as well as a 3-year (966-day) TRY denominated fixed coupon bond auction.
The coupon bond method is a simplified version of the discount method (see below) that will apply if two conditions are satisfied: (1) the bond must be issued at par; and (2) all stated interest must be qualified stated interest.
Bryant cautions the investor to be aware that although the buyer of the zero coupon bond does not receive interest payments yearly--as they would with a regular bond (coupon)--the buyer is responsible for paying taxes on the accumulation of interest on the bond, an amount known as the accreted value of the bond.
This formulation is better suited for the regression-based calculation of duration than the usual method of using change in zero coupon bond yields, because it takes into account the time dimension of returns on the zero coupon bond from one month to the next.
For example, you might purchase a zero coupon bond today for $500 that will mature in 10 years for $1,000.
Thus, an investment manager may purchase a 10-year, 10-percent coupon bond in order to meet an obligation in 10 years only to find that soon after the security is purchased, market rates decline and the return earned from the reinvestment of interest payments is considerably less than originally anticipated.
Alternatively, the creditors will be offered a zero coupon bond of the KAF with a term of about 13.
4bn from public institutions through a 2-year fixed coupon bond and 10-year CPI-linker yesterday.
These instruments were subject to "bifurcation" rules so that, for tax purposes, a MITT was treated as two separate instruments--a zero coupon bond (bearing original issue discount) and a cash settlement option on the S&P 500 index.