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accrued income scheme

Overview page. Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.

(UK).

Inland Revenue procedure that allocates the accrued interest on an asset to the vendor and reduces the amount of tax due on the coupon or interest payment to the purchaser by...

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accrued interest

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The amount of interest earned by a bond or other security since the last interest payment, but not yet received. See accrued income scheme.

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actuarial yield

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The total yield earned from cash flows. When applied to serial bonds it refers to the total yield assuming the bond is held to maturity and all coupon and principal repayments are made...

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agent bank

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1 For floating rate securities an agent bank's main responsibility is to fix the appropriate interest rate when the coupon is reset (cf. reference rate). For short-term...

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auction-rate note

Overview page. Subjects: Economics.

A type of variable rate note where the coupon rate is reset by a dutch auction process.

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bank debenture

Overview page. Subjects: Economics.

(Japan).

Bonds by the long-term banks in Japan: Industrial Bank of Japan, Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan, Nippon Credit Bank, Norinchukin Bank, Shoko Chukin Bank, and Bank of...

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basis

Overview page. Subjects: Economics.

1 (Futures) The difference in price between the price of the underlying asset and its futures price (cf. convergence). In a contango market where the futures prices are higher...

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beamer

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(Bonds; USA).

Term for a low coupon mortgage-backed annuity.

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bear floating rate note

Overview page. Subjects: Economics.

(bear FRN;

A type of floating rate note where the coupon increases disproportionately in relation to increases in interest rates (cf. leaverage). It is the opposite structure to a...

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bearer bond

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A security where the person or organization holding the certificate of title is entitled to receive any interest and redemption payments. Such securities have no central register of...

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biennial bond

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A bond in which the first coupon payment takes place after two years.

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bond basis

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A method of calculating the accrued interest on bonds.

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bond washing

Overview page. Subjects: Economics.

Selling bonds, equities, or other securities before coupon or dividend payment in order to convert income into capital gains (cf. zero-coupon bond). See also coupon stripping.

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borrower's option/lender's option

Overview page. Subjects: Economics.

(BOLO).

A type of issue where the issuer has the choice, at some future date, to select a new coupon rate. The holder may then choose to have the bond ...

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bulldog bond

Overview page. Subjects: Economics.

A fixed-interest sterling bond issued in the UK by a foreign borrower.

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Bundesanleihen

Overview page. Subjects: Economics.

(Bonds; Germany).

Federal Republic bond issues, principally with an original maturity of 10 years (cf. straight). The Coupon is paid annually and accrued interest computed on a...

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Bundesschatzanweisungen

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(Bonds; Germany).

Federal government note issues with an original maturity of two to six years. They are straight bonds with an annual coupon based on a 30/360-day year. See...

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bunny bond

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A bond that gives the holder the option of receiving interest or additional bonds.

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Buono del Tesoro Poliennali

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(BTP) (Bonds; Italy).

Treasury bonds: fixed coupon issues with maturities typically between three and ten years, although longer issues have been made (cf. Buono Ordinario del...

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cap

Overview page. Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.

1 A ceiling on a price; for example, an interest-rate cap would set a maximum interest rate to be charged on a loan, regardless of prevailing general interest-rate levels. A...

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