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Semiannual

Describing a situation, event, statement, or anything else that occurs or is filed twice per year. For example, most bonds pay coupons on a semiannual basis. See also: Annual, Quarterly.

semiannual

Occurring twice each year. Same as biannual.
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In the third action for 10-year TRY denominated government bond with semiannually fixed coupons, the Treasury sold nominal 765.
Pool 5 consists of conventional, fully amortizing residential mortgage loans, substantially all of which have a fixed interest rate for the first five years from the date of origination, after which the rate adjusts semiannually or annually.
On May 10, Treasury will hold two more auctions to sell 21-month (651-day) TRY denominated zero coupon bonds and five-year (1,722-day) TRY denominated fixed coupon bonds with semiannually, 4.
Instead, the investor receives one payment at maturity that is equal to the purchase price plus the total interest earned, compounded semiannually at the interest rate when the bond was purchased.
The notes, which reinsure Gerling Global, are based on a "notional portfolio" that allows Gerling Global to update its exposure semiannually, the company said.
Interest will be paid semiannually based on the inflation-adjusted value of the security at the time.
The class A-1 securities are collateralized by the pool one mortgage loans which are indexed to the Six Month Treasury Auction and have semiannually adjusted interest rates.
Interest on the notes is payable semiannually on each June 1 and Dec.
Prevent that damage by giving the hinge pins a few shots of GAA semiannually or every 3,000 miles.
Interest rates on notes are set by competitive-bid auction and interest is paid semiannually.