pure debt


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pure debt

An obligation to repay money,but without any sharing of profits or increases in value. Most mortgages are pure debt;the lender does not own any part of the property nor does the lender receive any profits from the property.
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The financing received under this pure debt credit line is secured by certain ERF Wireless assets and there is no prepayment penalty, the company said.
Colombia's creditworthiness is backed by its record of macroeconomic stability, brisk liability management, pure debt service record, comparatively conservative fiscal policies and greater institutional strength in comparison to peers, Fitch explained.
The dashed line lists the payoff for the pure debt and equity case.
Over the range of 0.6 to 1.26, the payoff for the general capital structure case has a similar shape to that of the pure debt and equity case.
Correlation coefficients consistently show that straight noninvestment-grade bonds trade nearly as much like stocks as pure debt instruments.
The new partnerships are seen as a quick result of Kenya's desire to shift away from pure debt financing with the new emphasis being placed on Public-Private Partnerships and the need to explore innovative off-balance sheet financing for the country's infrastructure needs.
Lending under corporate finance ranges from pure debt products such as short to long term debt and trade related financing.
If Singh is not convinced about buying pure debt instruments, he could choose balanced funds, such as HDFC Prudence, which offer a mix of equity and debt.
Uhuru's talks are also expected to advance Kenya shift from pure debt financing to embrace Private Public Partnerships.