Bond points

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Bond points

A conventional unit of measure for bond prices set at $1 and equivalent to 1% of the $100 face value of the bond. A price of 80 means that the bond is selling at 80% of its face or par value.

Bond Points

A percentage of a bond's face value that is used to indicate its purchase price. For example, if a bond is trading at 95 bond points, this means that it is trading at 95% of its face value. Generally speaking, a bond's face value is $1,000, so 95 bond points indicates a purchase price of $950.
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Deposits and Guarantees required: Bid bond Point A.
Collins and Bond point out that "new millennium zombie-ism demonstrates an apparent divergence into .
Patented recently is a mechanical fastening system for an article having a stretchablc loop fastener component mountable on the article and including an elastomeric substrate and a high bond point non -woven loop material secured to the elastomeric substrate.
Similarly, rubber to metal bonding failures occur when a sacrificial release, or some other contamination, transfers to the bond point.
Patented recently is a mechanical fastening system for an article having a stretchable loop fastener component mountable on the article and including an elastomeric substrate and a high bond point non-woven loop material secured to the elastomeric substrate.
The mechanical fastening system comprises a stretchable loop fastener component mountable on the article with an elastomeric substrate and a high bond point nonwoven loop material.
Also included is a stretch bonded laminate with an elastomeric substrate and a high bond point nonwoven loop material with greater than 225 bond points per square inch.
The process is generally environmentally safe and avoids producing embrittlement, lowered mechanical strength or reduced electrical conductivity at the bond point.
Nonwoven material is composed of two regions; namely bond points and matrix, and the mechanical behaviour of these two distinct regions was determined in order to create a realistic simulation.
Bond points out that they have met four times in total and that the score is 2-2, but Ross still looks the most likely winner.
Bond points out that, "NTPN is not a government agency so no one is required to send data; they do so voluntarily.