Joint bond

Joint bond

A bond that is guaranteed by the issuer and a party other than the issuer.
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The Joint Bond Review Committee, which is made up of state lawmakers, met Wednesday in Columbia to hear contract details from the DOT and infrastructure bank.
CHUs of Rennes and Strasbourg are rated 'AA-', while the two Fitch-rated joint bond issues are rated 'A+'.
During these measurements, some of the specimens were breached in the wood rather than the joint bond, and these values were eliminated from the tests.
Earlier this year, a judge ordered Urdangarin and a former business associate, Diego Torrres, to deposit a joint bond of 8 million euros ($10.8 million) for potential civil damages.
Indeed, officials remained divided on issues such as joint bond issuance.
Roesler, leader of the Free Democrats (FDP) junior coalition partners to Merkel's conservatives, said joint bond issues would be wrong for Germany and Europe because they would ease the pressure on indebted countries to reduce their deficits.
Many experts believe a joint bond issue is really the only way right now to afford financing for the countries who are in trouble.
The rated outstanding bonds of the Bund-Laender-Anleihe 1 and the German Laender's rated joint bond issues (Laender 32, 38 and 40-53) have also been affirmed at 'AAA'.
And she argued that "political agreement on a joint bond to underpin risk sharing would help convince markets of the future viability of European economic and monetary union."
Berlin, Dhu-AlHijjah 25, 1432, Nov 21, 2011, SPA - German Chancellor Angela Merkel continues to oppose joint bond issues by the eurozone governments, but will study a proposal for bonds from European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, her spokesman said Monday.
The joint bond issue does not have a solidarity mechanism in place.
Increasing welding times decreased joint bond strength under the range of conditions used.
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