industrial bond

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Industrial Bond

A long-term bond issued by a private company intending to construct or make improvements to a factory, plant, or something else industrial.

industrial bond

A long-term debt security issued by a corporation engaged in industrial activities such as manufacturing or refining.
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"You think he's talking about Grade A industrial bonds? Ha!
Habel, who went by "Nick," objected in 1990 when Falwell sought tax-free industrial bonds for Liberty University.
That compares with an increase of nine basis points for industrial bonds that had an average spread of 153.
Here in Birmingham, we should make provision for this, too, through NS&I local savings plans; also through Brummie Bonds and local industrial bonds issued by both local government and a local regional investment bank.
Although liquidity remains tight, the Bank benefits from its government banking status and the full guarantee provided to its small and medium industrial bonds.
Split ratings, bond yields, and underwriter spreads for industrial bonds. Journal of Financial Research, 21(2), 185-204.
Figure 1 plots the times series of empirical yield spreads for Aa, A, and Baa industrial bonds with 10 years to maturity.
The BRIX index is based on a selection of listed bank, insurance, mortgage company and industrial bonds, and has a duration of 3 years.
As the world's biggest debtor economy, the United States has the luxury of going into debt in its own currency: Foreigners are willing to hold dollar-denominated bank deposits, industrial bonds, Treasury bonds, mortgages, and so on.
The 151,000-SF office building was launched courtesy of an incentive package that included access to tax-free industrial bonds. enterprise-zone designation, payroll-tax rebates and taxpayer paid road work and more.
In particular, the average spread on Baa-rated industrial bonds over thirty-year Treasury bonds continued to fluctuate near where it has been for the past several years and well below the levels typical of the 1980s.

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