guaranteed stock

Guaranteed Stock

A stock in a company for which another company or bank promises to pay dividends in case the issuing company defaults. Because guaranteed stocks carry lower risk, they are usually more expensive than non-guaranteed stocks.

guaranteed stock

Preferred stock that is issued by one company and guaranteed as to dividends by one or more other companies. Guaranteed stock issues, like guaranteed bonds, are most prevalent among railroads.
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KARACHI -- The market turned volatile on Thursday as market participants tracked the news on the National Investment Trust-led, government guaranteed Stock Market Support Fund.
She claimed that the cheque on the basis of which her husband was arrested was a guaranteed stock payment cheque.However, police said Amirul Ibad was taken into custody for investigating.
LindFast provides its distribution customers a range of value-added services such as break bulk, packaging, kitting, plating, coating, and guaranteed stock programmes, among others.
LindFast provides its distribution customers a range of valuea[euro]added services such as break bulk, packaging, kitting, plating, coating, and guaranteed stock programmes, among others.
Guaranteed stock holding against an agreed core list
"Our partnership with Macron, with guaranteed stock levels, a wider range of sizes and an exciting leisurewear range, will ensure we can meet everyone's expectations."
QMy bank has offered me a guaranteed stock market bond where I cannot lose my money.
And you must invest at least pounds 500 and an equal amount in a guaranteed stock market-linked bond for three to 5.5 years.
'But I got a letter in January saying that as it was a guaranteed stock market bond with a lock-in feature, I would get 125 per cent of the amount invested just pounds 12,500.
The cautious could also consider lower-risk investments like guaranteed stock market or with-profits bonds, both of which protect you from market falls.
Barclays has launched the fifth issue of its Guaranteed Stock Market Bond.

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