Bull Bond

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Bull Bond

A bond that is likely to increase in price when stocks or the economy at large is performing well (that is, when interest rates are falling). This contrasts with most other bonds, which tend to increase in price when interest rates are rising. Principal-only bonds are common examples of bull bonds because, in a bull market, people tend to pay down the principal on their large debts.
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020 7628 2200 Simon Clements / Virginia Bull Notes to Editors Norman
These 'housekeeping genes,'" Bull notes, "are essential to the survival of all known bacteria.
Bull notes that the study relied on self-reporting, and condom use may have been over-reported.
As Bull notes, artists as well as patrons were intrigued by painted recreations of literary descriptions of ancient works of art because they established the credentials of both as admirers and rivals of their counterparts in antiquity.
Most scientists, as Bull notes in the October 1994 Evolution, see virulence as an adaptation to increase a parasite's success, just as thick coats or stout bodies help arctic animals.
Speaking directly to visitors in an audio vignette, Chef Bull notes that "innovation and sensibility" were combined in creating the new restaurant.