Outstanding Debt


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Outstanding Debt

Debt that has not yet been repaid in full. For example, if one borrows $10,000 and has paid back $2,000, the outstanding debt is $8,000. In general, interest is calculated over the outstanding debt rather than the original amount borrowed.
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5 billion, before high inflation rapidly eroded the value of the sector s outstanding debt.
Outstanding debts of Bulgarian municipalities amounted to BGN 156.
The city's outstanding debt (including the Water Authority), which today stands at $60 billion, is scheduled to grow to $71.
In most voluntary reconveyances, foreclosures and abandonments involving income-producing property, the outstanding debt exceeds the mortgagor's tax basis in the property.
The Company is offering to exchange each US$1,000 principal amount of Outstanding Debt tendered and accepted for exchange in the Exchange Offer for (i) US$494.
The final maturity of the outstanding debt is in 2013.
A below-average amortization rate of 35% of outstanding debt retired in 10 years currently characterizes the district's debt profile.
Moreover, the Gouvernement du Quebec has established the Generations Fund, a sinking fund for retirement of outstanding debt funded by royalties on hydropower generation, among other funding sources.
The upgrade to 'A-' from 'BBB+' is based on the district's strong and improved general fund reserve levels, substantial state support for outstanding debt, and solid tax base growth resulting from the eastward expansion of the El Paso area economy.
It updates the amount of outstanding debt in the third paragraph.
Fitch also affirms the 'A' rating on the city's approximately $33 million of outstanding GO debt and assigns the 'A-' rating to the city's approximately $13 million of outstanding debt certificates.
The upgrade of the first and second lien GARBs reflects the anticipated closing of the first lien to additional debt except for refunding purposes, which will become effective at closing for the current transaction, and the short maturities of outstanding debt.

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