|A bond on which interest accrues but is not currently paid to the investor but rather is added to the principal balance of the Z bond and becoming payable upon satisfaction of all prior bond classes.|
Alternative term for accrual bond.
The date on which a bond's principal is repaid to the investor and interest payments cease. ...
A debt obligation issued by a government (i.e., Treasury bond) or corporation (i.e., corporate bond) that ...
U.S. Treasury bonds, also known as long bonds, are issued in 30-year terms.The T-bond is ...
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