Fixed Coupon

Fixed Coupon

An interest rate on a bond that does not change over the life of the bond. If one purchases a bond with a fixed coupon of 10%, then 10% is calculated over the principal balance each time the interest compounds. A fixed coupon differs from a variable coupon, which may change from time to time, at least within certain parameters.
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The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is investing in the three-year fixed coupon tranche of the Turkish lira-denominated bond issue of Ekim Turizm Ticaret A.
The transaction, which is structured as a 15-year, fixed coupon full-payout finance lease, is the first ever Korean financing to be arranged covering the entire cost of a brand new A380 aircraft.
The fixed coupon will be reset on the interest payment date seven years after the issue date.
These notes are denominated in Canadian dollars and will carry a fixed coupon of 5.
2- Turkey's Treasury will hold auctions to sell 3-year TRY-denominated fixed coupon bonds and 10-year CPI-indexed bonds.
In the auction for 3-year (994-day) TRY-denominated fixed coupon bond with quarterly payment at 2 percent coupon rate, nominal bids totaled 6.
Class A(2005-A4) tranche is comprised of $150 million of two and a quarter year senior notes which carry a fixed coupon rate of 4.
5- Turkey's Treasury will hold two auctions for quarterly couponed TRY-denominated fixed coupon bonds with three-year maturity and semi-annually couponed TRY-denominated floating coupon bonds with seven-year maturity.
A substantial portion of the collateral represents fixed coupon assets and, with a scheduled decline in the interest rate swap notional over the life of the deal, is exposed to the risk of a rising 3-month LIBOR in certain scenarios.
In the auction for quarterly couponed TRY-denominated fixed coupon bonds with three-year maturity, nominal bids totaled 1.
The notes have a maturity of five years and a fixed coupon of 3.