bullet bond

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Bullet Bond

A bond with no special features that cannot be redeemed prematurely. That is, the bullet bond repays the entire principal at maturity and at no other time. It is also called a virgin bond. See also: Bullet.

bullet bond

A bond that is noncallable.
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The index, calculated on both a capital and total return basis, includes KES denominated bullet bonds, zero coupon bonds and strippable bonds with a minimum notional of KES 5 Billion.
Nevertheless, JCR considers that Aichi has the ability to ensure a certain level of fiscal discipline on a short-term scale, as indicated by the fact that it does not plan to borrow from the sinking fund with respect to the bullet bonds as a revenue source.
The five-year bullet bonds were issued with an interest rate of 3.
As the remaining hard bullet bonds (19%) mature over time, the programme's refinancing risk decreases.
WHG aims to issue GBP175 million fixed-rate 30-year bullet bonds in
5% following a review of liquidity protection for the hard and soft bullet bonds in the programme.
Nevertheless, JCR considers that Aichi has the capacity to ensure a certain level of fiscal discipline on a short-term scale, as indicated by the fact that it does not plan to borrow from the sinking fund with respect to the bullet bonds as a revenue source.
Nevertheless, JCR considers that Aichi has the capacity to ensure a certain level of fiscal discipline on a short-term scale, as indicated by the fact that it does not intend to borrow from the sinking fund with respect to the bullet bonds as a revenue source.