Straight Bond


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Straight Bond

A bond with no special features. A straight bond has a coupon that is paid to bondholders periodically. The issuer repays the principal at maturity. It does not include a conversion feature, a floating coupon, an extendible maturity date or other characteristics.
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Japanese companies will likely issue more than 10 trillion yen in domestic straight bonds this year as banks continue to put the squeeze on new credit, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun reported Tuesday.
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