intermediate bond

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Intermediate Bond

A debt security with a maturity in the medium-term. While there is no set definition of what constitutes the medium-term, it is generally accepted that intermediate bonds are those that mature somewhere between one and 15 years. One of the most common intermediate bonds, the U.S. Treasury Note, usually has a maturity of 10 years. Intermediate bonds have become increasingly popular for what were formerly called long-term investors. This is especially true among Treasury securities; Treasury Notes have increasingly replaced Treasury Bonds as benchmarks of the bond market.

intermediate bond

A debt security with a maturity of 7 to 15 years. Also called medium-term bond. See also long bond, short bond.
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Short and medium-term bonds were little changed on Friday.
He was also jointly charged with Eric Tan under the same law over US$126 million over a transaction related to medium-term bonds issued by the Terengganu Investment Authority, 1MDB's predecessor, in May 2009.
Banks have instead bought more of the government's medium-term bonds in response to the sharp drop in shorter-term treasury bill yields, said Mark Bohlund, Bloomberg Economics
In addition, Khan said there was a possibility of the bank issuing bonds worth $500 million in the global market after the month of Ramadan, within its medium-term bonds programme.
An auction for placement of 35 million manats worth medium-term bonds of Azerbaijan's Ministry of Finance will be held at the Baku Stock Exchange (BSE) Feb.
A humped yield curve means the yields on medium-term bonds is relatively higher than the short- and long-term bonds.
The apex bank issued nearly USD5bn of short and medium-term bonds on Tuesday and also lowered interest rates by a full percentage point.
At end-2015 PKP IC had PLN581m of unrestricted cash and committed unused short-term liquidity lines of PLN225m against short-term debt of PLN146m, which comprises mostly medium-term bonds purchased by banks and working capital loans.
The sovereign issued its first medium-term bonds since 2007 in June and is issuing monthly from August to the end of the year.
The government plans to issue treasury bills and medium-term bonds worth nearly XAF320bn (USD582mn) in 2015, according to a statement by the finance ministry.
Under 43S number, medium-term bonds under 44S number and callable bonds under 45S number, the short-term governemnt bonds were filed.
Another factor for increasing appeal of Vimpelcom's medium-term bonds has recently been the widening yield spread between these issues and the Eurobonds of the competitor, MTS OAO, maturing in 2020.

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