bullet bond

Bullet Bond

A bond with no special features that cannot be redeemed prematurely. That is, the bullet bond repays the entire principal at maturity and at no other time. It is also called a virgin bond. See also: Bullet.

bullet bond

A bond that is noncallable.
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He recognized numerous articles from the cruiser --a camp oven, some kitchen utensils, a rifle and many rounds of ammunition, canned foods, blankets, two chairs and a cot--and several books and periodicals, mostly American.
The bond offering consists of two senior secured bond tranches: an $837 million, 12-year bullet bond tranche (Series A) and a $2,200 million, 30-year fully amortising bond tranche (Series B).
The bond offering consists of two senior secured bond tranches: a $837 million, 12-year bullet bond tranche (Series A) and a $2,200 million, 30-year fully amortizing bond tranche (Series B).
The bond, that was offered in two tranches, consisted of $837 million 12-year bullet bond, and $2.
Emirates Airline announced today that it has repaid a bullet bond in full for the value of USD $1 billion (AED 3.
Summary: The $1 billion bullet bond was raised in 2011 to address Emirates' working capital requirements
5 billion (including the Series E $ 500 million bullet bond repayment plus associated sponsor co-lending).
The standard approach to bond cash flow modeling is the so-called straight bullet bond.
The reality that this experience forced on the ABMTN market was most notably conceded in the introduction by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) of the semiannual bullet bond Canada Mortgage Bond program in June 2001.
In order to attract different types of investors, the bonds offered four tranches with different maturities: a five-year bullet bond of 1.
Refinancing risk related to the 2021 bullet bond and associated shareholder debt is largely addressed by a sinking fund which traps 100 per cent of the refinancing requirement in Fitch's base case.
There are four different tranches with different maturities under the same issuance: a five-year bullet bond of $25 million, a 10-year bullet bond of $25 million, and two separately tradeable redeemable principal parts (STRPPs) with maturities ranging from 13 to 20 years.