Fixed-dollar security

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Fixed-dollar security

A nonnegotiable debt security that can be redeemed at some fixed price or according to some schedule of fixed values, e.g., bank deposits and government savings bonds.

Fixed-Dollar Security

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Due to their variable coupon resets, US Treasury floating rate securities will not be eligible for existing flagship indices such as the US aggregate, global aggregate, and US Treasury indices that include fixed-rate securities only.
fixed-rate securities in a rising rate environment, realized or as part
5bn dirhams of five-year fixed-rate securities, paying a coupon of 4.
85% 10-year fixed-rate securities and $900 million of 6.
Mortgage rate, second-lien status and combined loan-to-value (CLTV) ratio are also significant explanatory variables, but they are positively related to the loss ratios of only fixed-rate securities, and not adjustable-rate securities.
This would be so, for example, in the case of an institution that invests in both securities backed by fixed-rate mortgages and adjustable-rate mortgage loans (ARMs); long-term fixed-rate securities and ARMs are funded in significantly different ways.
The fixed-rate securities will be issued under the bank's global medium-term note programme on 14 August, DBS said after pricing the securities.
December 1990 - Gold PC volume captures more than 71 percent of Freddie Mac's fixed-rate securities issued in Gold's first three months.