consolidated bond

Consolidated Bond

A bond that pays off two or more outstanding bonds. A consolidated bond can come with a lower combined coupon rate that helps the issuer reduce its liabilities. See also: Consolidation loan, Refinancing.

consolidated bond

A single bond issue used to replace two or more outstanding issues.
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In view of difficulties to establish a more consolidated bond between AN/BN patients and health professionals (Peres & Santos, 2011; Snell, Crowe & Jordan, 2010) and the health policy in force, which stimulates actions in which user user embracement and bonding between community and service are put in practice, this study was aimed at assessing user embracement and bonding between professionals and users at a multidisciplinary care service for patients diagnosed with EDs, at a general hospital.
New York: Fitch Ratings has assigned a 'AA-' rating to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's (PANYNJ) approximately $895 million in total refunding 207th, 208th, 209th and 210th series consolidated bonds.
Tenders are invited for Legal Services Pertaining To The Issuance Of Port Authority Of New York And New Jersey Consolidated Bonds.
The drill consolidated bonds between the participants, the framework of joint cooperation between air forces, brushed up leadership skills, boosted comb at efficacy, trained on collective planning techniques of command-and-control of the air field in air operations zones.
Before a minority group in Congress threatens default once again, Leitner and Shapiro urge the US Department of Treasury to consider issuing "consols" - consolidated bonds with no set maturity date and thus no principal obligations that would add to the federal debt as defined by the debt-ceiling legislation: "consols would be an effective arrow in the Treasury's quiver to prevent rogue minorities in Congress from undermining the full faith and credit of the United States.
25 January 2011 - S&P on Monday rated at AA- the USD300m (EUR221m) series 166 consolidated bonds of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
If the euro zone moves towards greater integration and issued consolidated bonds, foreign investors would feel more reassured and the Chinese government would certainly buy up more euros as reserves.

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