Bond Investor

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Bond Investor

A person or company who invests significantly in municipal or corporate bonds. The bonds represent debt that the bond issuer owes to the bond investors. Thus, a bond investor usually has the right to receive principal and interest on this debt, though some derivatives separate the two. Investors buy bonds because they usually have less risk than other securities, and, in the event of the bankruptcy of the issuer, bonds have priority over stock in the liquidation of assets.
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In Detroit, municipal bond investors have suffered tremendous losses following the approval of an $18 billion bankruptcy plan.
This successful launch further underlines our positive standing in domestic and international capital markets as well as the confidence of bond investors in the HOCHTIEF Group and in our strategy," said HOCHTIEF s Chief Executive Officer Marcelino FernEindez Verdes.
The bank said that bond investors do not perceive the six biggest US banks as too big to fail.
The weak reading prompted bond investors to think that the heavy bond selling that took place last week was excessive.
An important factor for bond investors to figure into their purchase plans is "credit quality.
16 points Monday and nervous bond investors pushed the yield on Treasury's bellwether 30-year bond to 6.
Run for the hills if you see gold prices go over $400 an ounce since some bond investors will switch to the gold market as a protection against strong inflation that can erode the value of their investments.
Bond investors can now freely access this information and use it to help determine the current market for specific corporate bonds.
Concerned BOND investors who purchased between March 1, 2012 and September 23, 2013 are encouraged to contact securities attorney Hamilton Lindley by clicking here.
Bond investors demonstrated strong interest in the first corporate "Lion City" bonds with the issue being 2.
The banks will act as underwriters before officials meet potential bond investors in Europe and the US.
Federal Reserve failed to calm fears of a credit crunch among bond investors.