Deferred interest bond

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Deferred interest bond

A bond that pays interest at a later date, usually in one lump sum, effectively reinvesting interest earned over the life of the bond. See: Zero coupon bond.

Deferred Interest Bond

A bond that pays no coupons until a certain point in the future. An example is a zero-coupon bond, which pays no interest at all, but the par value one receives at maturity provides the equivalent.
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The refunding bonds will consist of current interest bonds, capital appreciation bonds and deferred interest bonds and provide debt service relief to the authority in fiscal years 2011 through 2015 and extend bond maturities from 2042 to 2050; additional restructuring for debt service relief is expected in the future.
Series A and C will include current and deferred interest bonds while series B will be mini deferred interest bonds.
Dated July 2, the bond issues will include current interest bonds, capital appreciation bonds and deferred interest bonds, which together mature 2006-2042.
50 deferred interest bonds due 2006-21 and term bonds, $24,035,000 due in 2026 and $30,821,000 in 2031.