Bond Investor

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Bond Investor

A person or company who invests significantly in municipal or corporate bonds. The bonds represent debt that the bond issuer owes to the bond investors. Thus, a bond investor usually has the right to receive principal and interest on this debt, though some derivatives separate the two. Investors buy bonds because they usually have less risk than other securities, and, in the event of the bankruptcy of the issuer, bonds have priority over stock in the liquidation of assets.
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Bond investors are more than happy to lend Apple money, and the books on the latest offering were rumored to be oversubscribed to the tune of $20 billion, Smith said.
The Egyptian pound's current stability has combined with high interest rates to make the country a darling among bond investors hunting for yield.
Volkswagen stalled a probe into whether it defrauded bond investors who weren't told about its efforts to cheat on diesel-emissions tests, The Wall Street Journal's Dave Michaels reports, citing a federal court filing by the SEC.
Besides, this issuance also wins the favor of central banks and sovereign wealth fund investors, which make up 48% of three-year floating rate USD bond investors and 40% three-year fixed rate Euro bond investors.
This success underlines the bond investors confidence in the credit quality of Saint-Gobain.
China bonds' inclusion into the global bond indices could be a game changer for global bond investors, a development that could lead to dramatic inflow into the market.
China bonds inclusion into the global bond indices could be a game changer for global bond investors, a development that could lead to dramatic inflow into the market.
China bonds inclusion into the global bond indices could be a game-changer for global bond investors, a development that could lead to dramatic inflow into the market.
It is understandable that bond investors are worried as the economic cycle matures, especially in the US, and as the Fed continues to hike interest rates gradually.
Saudi Arabia's representatives were in Taiwan last week to meet bond investors in non-deal roadshow, reported Reuters .
As bond investors know, rising rates are synonymous with falling prices.
These interest-rate movements imply that bond investors are less worried today about inflation and economic overheating than they were before Trump's tax cuts, protectionist measures, and the shift from budget consolidation to aggressive fiscal expansion.