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and Suk-Pil Lim (1989) On the Call Provision in Corporate Zero-Coupon Bonds.
Zero-coupon bonds are traded at a deep discount and the profit is realized when the bonds are redeemed at maturity for their full face value.
Unlike the typical zero-coupon bond, where the taxpayer must report an amount of accrued interest annually, the investor can choose to defer reporting interest earned on an EE bond until it is cashed, stops earning interest at final maturity, or is disposed of in some other way (such as an ownership change through a reissue transaction).
The idea to issue zero-coupon bonds linked to a lower estate tax was promoted within the government and the LDP as a way to help keep long-term interest rates from rising, thereby working in favor of the stock market.
Zero-coupon bonds are sold at a discount from face value and accrete to par value (return to full face value) at maturity.
One popular method of saving is to buy the zero-coupon bonds and place them in a child's trust fund.
government zero-coupon bond that will mature in exactly 30 years with a terminal value equal to the face value of the interest-only mortgage.
For every half-dollar's worth of the above stocks in the trust there is a half-dollar in zero-coupon bonds.
Remembering that duration is shorter than maturity length for all except zero-coupon bonds, the change in the market value of the security at the target date will be offset by changes in the return earned by cash distributions.
We will illustrate this development by considering, in some detail, three of its primary manifestations: zero-coupon bonds, collateralized mortgage obligations, and the use of specialized securities in combination with swaps to exploit market niches around the world.
These calculations are used on traditional fixed-rate and zero-coupon bonds, as well as floating-rate notes, inflation-indexed securities, and interest rate swaps.