Debt Price

Debt Price

In debt securities, the price paid per $100 of face value. For example, if one purchases $1,000 worth of bonds for $989, the debt price is $98.90.
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Fans of the Maybach claim it strikes the right balance between opulence and restraint, detractors sniff that it is merely a pretentious S-Class with a national debt price tag.
Using a newly assembled database of weekly sovereign debt prices, the authors find that the average sovereign debt price for countries under the U.
Repurchases will depend on liquidity, receivables growth, leverage, operating cash flow, common stock and convertible debt price, and market and other conditions.
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Treasury debt prices fell as traders locked in recent gains ahead of next week's government debt supply and the Jackson Hole meeting.
US Treasury debt prices fell slightly after the report, while the dollar held gains versus a basket of currencies.
In the US, government debt prices declined on new signs of a strong American labor market, while weak results hit European shares.
US stock index futures held their losses on the data, while US Treasury debt prices trimmed gains.
Treasury debt prices were little changed on the data, while the U.
Lots of Saudi debt prices very tightly," Bitcon said by phone on Tuesday.
The euro jumped and the dollar index slipped, while government debt prices rose on both sides of the Atlantic, pushing yields lower.