guaranteed stock

Guaranteed Stock

A stock in a company for which another company or bank promises to pay dividends in case the issuing company defaults. Because guaranteed stocks carry lower risk, they are usually more expensive than non-guaranteed stocks.

guaranteed stock

Preferred stock that is issued by one company and guaranteed as to dividends by one or more other companies. Guaranteed stock issues, like guaranteed bonds, are most prevalent among railroads.
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Deposits and Guarantees required: Interested parties who wish to take part in the competition must submit bid bond or guaranteed stock (original bill stock recommendation) for an amount equal to EUR nine hundred thousand euros (900 000 EUR).
QMy bank has offered me a guaranteed stock market bond where I cannot lose my money.
And you must invest at least pounds 500 and an equal amount in a guaranteed stock market-linked bond for three to 5.
The Co-operative Bank's product range was enhanced during 2004 with the launch of a Balanced Savings Plan which allows customers to split their savings equally into two accounts; a Fixed Term Deposit with a guaranteed interest rate for one year, and a Guaranteed Stock Market Deposit Bond where the interest rate is based on 75% of any rise of the FTSE 100 index over five years.
But I got a letter in January saying that as it was a guaranteed stock market bond with a lock-in feature, I would get 125 per cent of the amount invested just pounds 12,500.
The cautious could also consider lower-risk investments like guaranteed stock market or with-profits bonds, both of which protect you from market falls.
John Lewis reported clear consumer benefits through guaranteed stock availability, improved communication and cost reductions.
Barclays has launched the fifth issue of its Guaranteed Stock Market Bond.
Those who spotted an opportunity five years ago to invest in the north's very first Guaranteed Stock Market Bond release are to get a spectacular return of up to 75 per cent on their money next week.
If you're an inexperienced investor then you could consider a Guaranteed Stock Market Bond, which gives you a choice of investment terms, and if you select the five-year option then not only do you get a guarantee that you can't lose any money, but you will receive 100 per cent of any growth in the FTSE100 index.
Nowadays there are guaranteed stock market savings schemes which usually promise to return your capital, plus 25 per cent or more.

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