industrial bond

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Industrial Bond

A long-term bond issued by a private company intending to construct or make improvements to a factory, plant, or something else industrial.

industrial bond

A long-term debt security issued by a corporation engaged in industrial activities such as manufacturing or refining.
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approved industrial bonds for Jefferson Energy Companies to fund its growth.
Habel, who went by "Nick," objected in 1990 when Falwell sought tax-free industrial bonds for Liberty University.
That compares with an increase of nine basis points for industrial bonds that had an average spread of 153.
Here in Birmingham, we should make provision for this, too, through NS&I local savings plans; also through Brummie Bonds and local industrial bonds issued by both local government and a local regional investment bank.
As a result of HTDS IP rights, this company has raised over $14 million in equity financing, constructed an operating plant that generates revenue, is in the process of purchasing parcels of property in various States in order to construct additional plants and has had numerous industrial bonds approved for an average amount of $10 million each.
Thus, about 49% of industrial bonds in our sample have split ratings at the notch level.
The BRIX index is based on a selection of listed bank, insurance, mortgage company and industrial bonds, and has a duration of 3 years.
As the world's biggest debtor economy, the United States has the luxury of going into debt in its own currency: Foreigners are willing to hold dollar-denominated bank deposits, industrial bonds, Treasury bonds, mortgages, and so on.
In particular, the average spread on Baa-rated industrial bonds over thirty-year Treasury bonds continued to fluctuate near where it has been for the past several years and well below the levels typical of the 1980s.
Haywood's job is to sell big blocks of long industrial bonds to banks, insurance companies and pension funds.
Across the pool of industrial bonds -- the engine of the market's growth since 2009 and a universe now $3.
During 2007, she was an integral member of a project to issue tax exempt industrial bonds in Alabama for a new aircraft completion center and more recently played a key role in the proposed merger with a multi-billion dollar global defense and aerospace company.

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