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Coupon payments

A bond's interest payments.

Coupon Payments

Annual interest paid on a bond, usually in semi-annual tranches. Coupon payments are expressed as a percentage of the face value (par) of a bond. For example, if one holds a bond worth $100,000 at 5% interest, the bondholder will receive $5,000 in coupon payments per year (or, more strictly, $2,500 every six months) until the bond matures or he/she sells the bond.
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The returnson these securities will be paid every six months on 4thFebruary and 4thAugust every year throughout the period of this issue, in which the first coupon payment will be paid on 4thFebruary 2016 and the last coupon payment on 4thAugust2018.
The returns on these securities will be paid every six months on 14th January and 14th July every year throughout the period of this issue, in which the first coupon payment will be paid on 14th January 2016 and the last coupon payment on 14th July 2017.
The banking company is expecting to receive about USD5m from Argentina ahead of its next coupon payment deadline of September 30.
The Warsaw-listed company did not say when the coupon payment was due but last year it made the payment on July 16.
You will receive a coupon payment on a coupon payment date only to the extent that the accrued dividend exceeds the accrued investor fee on the relevant coupon valuation date.
20, 2012, US$23 million coupon payment on its US dollar Step-Up Bonds due 2029 and earned a sovereign credit ratings downgrade from Standard & Poor's, which deemed it be in default on its debt.
3-The Turkish Treasury will sell state-bonds with 1036-day maturity and a quarterly coupon payment of 2 percent.
If the cumulative inflation at the time of the coupon payment is five per cent, the principal for calculating the coupon payout will be ` 105 and coupon payment ` 2.
Resolutions passed at a shareholder meeting last year meant the so-called bonus stock had to be issued when the coupon payment fell due, unless a special shareholder meeting decided otherwise, the newspaper said.
Exhibit 2 below reflects the three components of taxable income for the instrument: (1) the current adjustment for changes in price level, (2) the actual coupon payment and (3) the OID accrual.
Survivor bonds are bonds whose future coupon payments depend on the percentage of the whole population of retirement age (say 65) on the issue date still alive on the future coupon payment dates.