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Bullet Bond

A bond with no special features that cannot be redeemed prematurely. That is, the bullet bond repays the entire principal at maturity and at no other time. It is also called a virgin bond. See also: Bullet.

bullet bond

A bond that is noncallable.
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The index, calculated on both a capital and total return basis, includes KES denominated bullet bonds, zero coupon bonds and strippable bonds with a minimum notional of KES 5 Billion.
commercial paper conduits) that had supported the issue of bullet bonds (non-callable bonds with a fixed maturity date and interest rate) to finance portfolios of monthly-pay consumer and commercial credit products.
10) Overnight, markets that strained to accommodate $300 million in single monthly-pay pass-through ABMTN issues backed by vehicle and equipment leases and loans were suddenly capable of absorbing $1 billion-plus of semi-annual pay bullet bonds backed by credit card receivables (see Figure 7).
Bullet bonds became the only viable funding format for Canadian ABMTNs.
The five-year bullet bonds were issued with an interest rate of 3.
The index contains thirteen domestic bonds with a minimum nominal amount outstanding of 1,000 million Turkish Lira, and includes both straight bullet bonds and zero coupon bonds.
FUNDAMENTALLY STRONGER: The Positive Outlook takes into account the utility's improved capital structure and reduced market risk, with the January 2011 refinancing of two large bullet bonds, due in 20ll and 2012; additional regulatory support from the state public service commission and plans for new and more efficient power generation.
5 per cent Series E senior secured bullet bonds due 2012: Aa2 / on review for possible downgrade
5 per cent Series F senior secured bullet bonds due 2014: Aa2 / on review for possible downgrade
The issue is expected to consist of GO federally taxable serials maturing April 1, 2013-2016, and GO federally taxable bullet bonds maturing April 1, 2034 and 2039.
INVAR supports most security types, including Treasuries, agencies, money markets, common and preferred equities, variable and stepped rate securities, fixed income bullet bonds, sinking fund securities, Collateralized Mortgage Obligations (CMOs), Mortgage Backed Security (MBS), pass-throughs, ABSs, residuals, sequentials, PACs, TACs, PAC-Z, Jump Zs, Sticky Jump Zs, POs, IOs and IOettes.