premium put

premium put

A put price on a bond that is above par value. An example would be a $1,000 principal amount bond with a put price of $1,100 ten years after issue. The purpose of including a premium put is to reduce the coupon rate of interest that must be paid to sell the issue. Compare yield to put.
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Goalkeeper Robbin Ruiter is expected to join soon and he will also be new to the division but it shows the premium put on having been the course and distance.
With a premium put on freshness, the olives are processed within three to four hours, ending up in huge fermentation tanks beneath a cement patio (each tank can hold tons of olives
Not only the little premium put on social sciences caused deterioration, but overall policies of the governments with respect to the fundamental right of expression also took its toll.
5km stage five from Cagnes-sur-Mer highlighted the dangers facing the general classification contenders at this point, with a premium put on survival.
But in an environment that's considerably trickier, there's a premium put on the expertise of the general partner.
Thirty-eight percent of the senior finance executives responding to Treasury & Risk's end-of-year Strategic Treasury Survey, sponsored by SunTrust for the fifth year, cite the premium put on liquidity as the chief reason why treasury has become more strategic, with the forward nature of treasury coming in a close second at 34%.
But what we've seen consistently is that there is still value on content and a premium put on validated content like Knovel's.
Such a pact would remove the long standing risk premium put on the region by investors and give these executives yet one more reason to be bullish on the East.
In Holland, Germany and Spain the premium put on coaching talent is massive, breeding good habits that will be part of a player's weaponry for the rest of his career.
He also said he would push for a further increase in pay for soldiers and called for the premium put on the danger faced by troops in Iraq and Afghanistan in pay formulas to be upped.
A good chunk of the price premium put on branded snacks is for advertising and promotion--and why would people pay more for a snack just because it has a slick marketing campaign?