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(zîr′ō-ko͞o′pŏn, -kyo͞o′-, zē′rō-)
Paying no interest to the holder and sold at a discount from face value: a zero-coupon bond.
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(esp. of a bond) bearing no interest but sold substantially below face value.
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According to the ministry, the second type, zero-coupon bonds, recorded a balance of about EGP 203.635m at the end of February 2018, with interest rates averaging 16.514%.
In Section 2, the new pricing models of zero-coupon bond and European option are established, and then the corresponding pricing formulas are derived.
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To model this, Tchuindjo [7] provided closed-form solutions for pricing zero-coupon defaultable bonds.
"All such low-coupon bonds should be treated in the same way as zero-coupon bonds."
The z-spread is a pricing tool which calculates the number of basis points that need to be added to a zero-coupon yield curve to make the bond's discounted cash flows equal the bond's present value.
Consider [I.sup.j.sub.t], the domestic-denominated price of the foreign currency unit J and [B.sub.J](t,T), the foreign zero-coupon bond of country J.
The zero-coupon OID notes are due February 2, 2012, and can be converted into common stock of the company at the lender's option at a price of USD0.40 per share.
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