date of issue

Date of issue

Used in the context of bonds to refer to the date on which a bond is issued and when interest beings to accrue to the bondholder. Used in the context of stocks to refer to the date trading begins on a new stock issued to the public.

Issue Date

1. The date on which a company or government makes a new issue of securities to the public. For example, if a company makes its IPO on January 1, this is said to be the issue date for its IPO. It is also called the offering date.

2. The date on which interest begins to accrue on a bond or other fixed-income security. If one buys a fixed-income security between issue dates, one must compensate the seller for all interest that has accrued in addition to the purchase price. The issue date for a security is also called the dated date. See also: Dirty price.

date of issue

The date on which a security is issued and begins trading.
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Article 5 says that this Decree shall be published in the official gazette and enforced on its date of issue.
The Emiri Decision is effective starting from the date of issue and is to be published in the Official Gazette.
Article (4) says that this Decree shall be published in the Official Gazette and enforced on its date of issue.
Article Two: The Decree comes into force from its date of issue.
The decree is effective from the date of issue, and will be published in the Official Gazette.
More than 12,000 flawed parking tickets were issued by a North council after it was told they must include the date of issue, The Journal can reveal today.
has announced that all of its policies will now carry a guarantee of level premiums for 10 full years from the date of issue.
Article 7 says that this Decree shall be published in the official gazette and enforced on its date of issue.
All over the country, other councils were equally remiss about ensuring the date of issue adorned parking tickets issued in their name.
Article (3) states that this decree shall be published in the gazette and that it shall take effect on its date of issue.
Article Three: The decree comes into force from its date of issue.
Sunderland Council says it will not chase up drivers who have not paid fines where their tickets do not display a date of issue.