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Active Bond

Especially on the New York Stock Exchange, a bond or other debt security that trades with relative frequency. Many investors look to active bonds because they can be traded, even in rather large quantities, without affecting the price. Active bonds usually have a low bid-ask spread. See also: Active bond crowd.
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BondView's Trends Page features real time information across five areas: 1) Bond Liquidity Ratings, 2) Fire Sale Bonds, 3) Most Volatile Bonds, 4) Buy/Sell Index and 5) Most Active Bonds.
The list of Most Active bonds is updated in real time.
Carbon nanomaterials play an important role in electrochemical processes due to their high surface area and high active bonds.
Samara-based First United Bank (Pervobank) is to float series 01 active bonds worth RUB 1.
Petersburg-based developer, LenspetsSMU is to trigger a premarketing of active bonds worth RUB 2 bn.
It immediately created the database and was fully phased in by February 2005, offering real-time, public dissemination of transaction and price data for all corporate bond trades -- including intra-day transaction data and aggregate end-of-day statistics (most active bonds, total volume, advances and declines, and new highs and lows).
Investment Grade, High Yield Market Benchmarks to Aid Retail Investors; First Indices Generated From Actual Transaction Data for Active Bonds
It immediately the database and was fully phased in by February 2005, offering real-time, public dissemination of transaction and price data for all corporate bond trades - including intra-day transaction data and aggregate end-of-day statistics (most active bonds, total volume, advances and declines and new highs and lows).
Real-time corporate bond transaction data, along with aggregate end-of-day summary statistics (most active bonds, total volume, advancers and decliners, new highs and lows) are available to retail investors free of charge on NASD's Web site at http://www.
Individual investors now have access to real-time corporate bond transaction data, along with aggregate end-of-day highlights (most active bonds, total volume, advances and declines, new highs and lows) free of charge on NASD's Web site at http://www.
Constantly updated corporate bond transaction data, along with aggregate end-of-day activity statistics (most active bonds, total volume, advances and declines, new highs and lows) are available to retail investors free of charge on NASD's Web site at http://www.