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  • 30-Year Treasury

    A U.S. Treasury debt obligation that has a maturity of 30 years. The 30-year Treasury used to be the bellwether U.S. bond but now most consider the 10-year…

  • AAA - Рейтинг класса "ААА"

    Самый высокий рейтинг по облигациям данного учреждений по рейтингу облигаций. Облигации AAA, как полагают, не имеют практически никакого риска дефолта…

  • Above Par

    A term used to describe the price of a security when it is trading above its face value. A security usually trades at above par when its income distributions…

  • Absolute Priority

    A rule that stipulates the order of payment - creditors before shareholders - in the event of liquidation. The absolute priority rule is used in bankruptcies…

  • Acceleration Covenant

    A clause included in certain debt securities and swap agreements stating that the immediate collection of payment and termination of contract will take…

  • Accordion Feature

    A type of option that a company can buy that gives it the right to increase its line of credit or similar type of liability with a lender. Companies typically…

  • Accreted Value

    The value, at any given time, of a multi-year instrument that accrues interest but does not pay that interest until maturity. The most well-known applications…

  • Accretion

    1. Asset growth through addition or expansion. 2. In reference to discount bonds, it describes the accumulation of value until maturity. 1. Accretion…

  • Accretion of Discount

    The increase in the value of a discounted instrument as time passes and it approaches maturity. The value of the instrument will accrete (grow) at the…

  • Accretive

    The process of accretion, which is the growth or increase by gradual addition, in finance and general nomenclature. An acquisition is considered accretive…

  • Accrual Bond

    A bond that does not pay periodic interest payments. Instead, interest is added to the principal balance of the bond and is either paid at maturity or…

  • Accrual Rate

    The rate of interest that is added to the principal of a financial instrument between cash payments of that interest. For example, a six-month bond with…

  • Accrued Interest

    1. A term used to describe an accrual accounting method when interest that is either payable or receivable has been recognized, but not yet paid or received…

  • Accrued Market Discount

    The gain in the value of a discount bond expected from holding it for any duration until its maturity. As discount bonds are sold below face value, it…

  • Accumulation Bond

    A bond issued at an original issue discount (OID). This means that the interest accumulates but is not paid until maturity; there are no semi-annual coupon…

  • Act Of God Bond

    A bond issued by an insurance company, linking principal and interest to the company's losses due to natural disasters. Such bonds create flexibility…

  • Active Bond

    A term used to describe fixed-income securities that trade frequently on the floor of the NYSE.These are typically corporate debt instruments and convertible…

  • Active Bond Crowd

    The name given to members of the NYSE and their specific bond trading departments that are acknowledged as frequent traders in active bonds. The active…

  • Adaptive Expectations Hypothesis

    A hypothesis stating that individuals make investment decisions based on the direction of recent historical data, such as past inflation rates, and adjust…

  • Add-On Certificate of Deposit

    A certificate of deposit that allows the bearer to deposit additional funds, after the initial purchase date, that will bear the same rate of interest…

  • Adjustment Bond

    Issued by a corporation during a restructuring phase, an adjustment bond is given to the bondholders of an outstanding bond issue prior to the restructuring…

  • Advance Refunding

    1. A bond issuance used to pay off another outstanding bond. The new bond will often be issued at a lower rate than the older outstanding bond. 2. A bond…

  • After-Acquired Clause

    A provision included in legal contracts ensuring that subsequent acquisitions of assets will be included in the debtors liability to the lender. This…

  • Agency Bond

    A bond issued by a government agency. These bonds are not fully guaranteed in the same way as U.S. Treasury and municipal bonds. These bonds do not include…

  • Agency Debentures

    Debt issued by a Federal Agency or a government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) for financing purposes. These types of debentures are not backed by collateral…

  • Agency Security

    Low risk debt obligations issued by enterprises that the U.S. Government sponsors. Agency securities are similar to U.S. Treasury Bills in that they…

  • Allonge

    A sheet of paper attached to a bill of exchange for the purpose of documenting endorsements. The need for an allonge arises as a result of a lack of space…

  • American Callable Bond

    A bond that can be redeemed by the issuer at any time prior to its maturity. Usually a premium is paid to the bondholder when the bond is called. The…

  • American Municipal Bond Assurance Corporation

    The first municipal bond insurance company, formed in 1971 as a subsidiary of MGIC Investment Corp. of Milwaukee; now more commonly known as Ambac Financial…

  • Amortizing Security

    A class of debt security in which a portion of the underlying principal amount is paid in addition to periodic interest payments to the security's holder…

  • And Interest

    A slang phrase used when quoting the price of a fixed-income instrument with accruing interest. When revealing the sale price of a bond, a broker or salesman…

  • Angel Bond

    A slang term for investment-grade bonds which pay a lower interest rate, due to the higher credit rating of the issuing company. Angel bonds are the opposite…

  • Announcement Date

    1. The date at which a company will announce the details regarding an issue of debt or equity. The announcement date is the first day the public will…

  • Arbitrage Bond

    A lower-rate debt security issued by a municipality prior to the call date of the municipality's existing higher-rate security. Proceeds from the issuance…

  • Arrearage

    An amount on a loan, cumulative preferred stock or any credit instrument that is overdue.Also referred to as "arrears". In the case of a preferred dividend…

  • Asian Bond Fund - ABF

    A type of bond fund launched by the Executives' Meeting of East Asia and Pacific Central Banks (EMEAP) group that allows its members to invest in bonds…

  • Asset Swapped Convertible Option Transaction - ASCOT

    An option on a convertible bond that is used to separate a convertible bond into its two components: 1) a bond and 2) an option to acquire stock. When…

  • Asset-Backed Commercial Paper - ABCP

    A short-term investment vehicle with a maturity that is typically between 90 and 180 days. The security itself is typically issued by a bank or other financial…

  • Asset-Backed Security - ABS

    A financial security backed by a loan, lease or receivables against assets other than real estate and mortgage-backed securities. For investors, asset-backed…

  • Assignment Of Trade

    A transaction used primarily in the mortgage-backed securities (MBS) to be announced (TBA) market, where the obligation to fulfill an existing forward…

  • Association of International Bond Dealers - AIBD

    A professional association of bond dealers. The members consist of over 350 various financial conglomerates and institutions that actively trade bonds…

  • At Par

    A term that refers to a bond, preferred stock or other debt obligation that is trading at its face value. The term "at par" is most commonly used with…

  • Auction Rate

    The interest rate that will be paid on a specific security as determined by the Dutch auction process. The auctions take place at periodic intervals…

  • Auction Rate Security - ARS

    A debt security that is sold through a dutch auction. The auction rate security (ARS) is sold at an interest rate that will clear the market at the lowest…

  • Australian Stock Price Riskless Indexed Note - ASPIRIN

    A zero-coupon bond with a return linked to the Australian all-ordinaries stock index. The bond has a four-year maturity and is repayable at face value…

  • Authority Bond

    A debt security issued by an authority, such as a corporate or government agency, for purposes of financing the operations of a revenue-generating public…

  • Automated Bond System - ABS

    The electronic system on the NYSE that records bids and offers for inactively traded bonds until they are canceled or executed.Because the bid and ask…

  • Average Annual Yield

    The average yield on an investment or a portfolio that results from adding all interest, dividends or other income generated from the investment, divided…

  • Average Effective Maturity

    For a single bond, it is a measure of maturity that takes into account the possibility that a bond might be called back to the issuer.For a portfolio…

  • Average Life

    An estimate of the number of terms to maturity, taking the possibility of early payments into account. Average life is calculated using the weighted average…

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Валюта Время BUY SELL Profit
EURUSD 02.22 10:02 1.1035 1.1003 +32
GBPUSD 02.22 10:02 1.4168 1.407 +98
USDCHF 02.21 06:02 0.992 0.9886 +34
USDJPY 02.21 06:02 113.04 112.42 +63
AUDUSD 02.22 06:02 0.7243 0.7212 +31
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