Coupon payments

Coupon payments

A bond's interest payments.

Coupon Payments

Annual interest paid on a bond, usually in semi-annual tranches. Coupon payments are expressed as a percentage of the face value (par) of a bond. For example, if one holds a bond worth $100,000 at 5% interest, the bondholder will receive $5,000 in coupon payments per year (or, more strictly, $2,500 every six months) until the bond matures or he/she sells the bond.
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Coupon payments will be made bi-annually, and principal repayments will take place in three equal payments, due in 2025, 2026, and 2027.
No Guaranteed Coupon Payments: You are not guaranteed to receive coupon payments on the ETNs.
The Irish bank said that a 2009 'dividend stopper' applies to coupons due on June 14 and June 16, implying that it will not make coupon payments on its Tier-I and Tier-II capital instruments, unless under a binding legal obligation to do so.
Maturity dates, coupon payments and repayment schedule for the auctions are as follows:
Last week it said it had failed to make coupon payments on a $463 million Islamic bond.
The provider of cooling services for the Dubai Metro on Thursday said it hasn't made coupon payments due last week on its Dh1.
To convert the annual coupon payments into US dollars, the 2.
Ireland has 25 percent indirect stakes in each bank via preference shares and attached warrants, and has the right to get ordinary shares in lieu of coupon payments, which the banks will not be allowed to pay for now because of the EU decision.
The move was prompted by the European Commission's (EC) request that KBC skip the coupon payments slated for the second half of 2009 as a result of the bank requiring state aid, Moody's noted.
Investment firm Dubai Holding Commercial Operations Group has made coupon payments (annual interest paid on bonds) worth $100 million, it said on Sunday.
The negative adjustments to principal as the inflation index declines over the last two years, on the other hand, would have just the opposite effect; the holder receives more in the form of coupon payments than he or she would report as taxable income for each of those years (the $10,124 net increase in the principal amount payable at maturity would have been reported as income in prior years, and the $100,000 face amount would represent a tax-free return of capital).