Coupon Date

(redirected from Coupon Dates)

Coupon Date

One of the dates on which bondholders are sent coupon payments. That is, the coupon dates are the dates on which bondholders receive the interest that they are guaranteed. Coupon dates are fixed for bonds, and usually occur twice a year. See also: Dividend payment date.
References in periodicals archive ?
Coupon Dates: Payable annually on 21 June each year
The early redemptions would be made only on the coupon dates. The face value of one security is Rs5,000 and the maximum would be Rs5 lakhs per annum per applicant.
It is intended that the coupon will be payable in two equal semi-annual instalments of 3.5 per cent on two coupon dates.
Greater co-ordination of debt issuance would suggest scope for efficiency gains for the smaller countries.Hypotheses.The following hypotheses were covered:- the co-ordination of technical aspects of debt issuance (calendar, coupon dates, etc.);- the creation of joint debt issuance, proportionately guaranteed by the different countries;- the creation of joint debt issuance, indivisibly guaranteed by the different countries;- the establishment of a Community institution to issue debt.Differences.While increased co-ordination would be of benefit to small countries, the arguments against a more co-ordinated approach focus on the fact that yield spreads are not sufficiently large to be of any great concern.
Bonds are financial instruments that promise that the issuer (the borrower in this case Eskom) will pay the holder (or the investor) interest (called coupons) at set periods (coupon dates) and repay the capital outstanding (the principal) at a certain point in time (the maturity date).