Active Bond

Active Bond

Especially on the New York Stock Exchange, a bond or other debt security that trades with relative frequency. Many investors look to active bonds because they can be traded, even in rather large quantities, without affecting the price. Active bonds usually have a low bid-ask spread. See also: Active bond crowd.
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Despite a highly active bond market, the order book proved extremely diversified and very solid, meaning that the conditions could be significantly tightened.
The financial implications from default are assessed as 'Very Strong', since the company is an active bond issuer, domestically and internationally, and we believe its default would limit funding access for China's other big-five independent power producers, which have significant debt in aggregate.
Active bond funds -- which have been much less threatened by passive products -- may start to feel the heat if younger investors continue to follow a passive approach as they get closer to retirement."
"After 26 consecutive quarters of double-digit comparative growth, including our successful entry into the commercial furnishings market with West Elm Workspace, we've created an active bond with our customers that can extend beyond home and work," said Jim Brett, president of West Elm.
Under his supervision, Pak Brunei had one of the most active bond trading desks in the market.
Summary: Egyptian authorities are eager to develop an active bond market but are counting on the central bank to ensure the participation of commercial banks, the head of the country's financial markets regulator said.
"We would like to see more active bond and sukuk markets -- we would like to see more listing, more trading," Mounther Barakat, senior research adviser at the SCA, said in Dubai on Tuesday.
"While active bond ETFs will likely hold their own against low-cost mutual fund competitors, Cerulli doubts whether active equity ETFs will deliver the sustainable performance necessary to become truly embedded," the report adds.
24 Asset Management, a UK-based boutique active bond manager with approximately PS2 billion ($3 billion USD) under management, supported the "concentration" theory.
MANILA -- The Philippines, an active bond issuer in the international capital market, may abandon plans to borrow from abroad in 2013 due to massive dollar liquidity in the local economy.
Global Banking News-February 28, 2013--Central bank says UAE needs to have active bond and sukuk market(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk