industrial bond

Industrial Bond

A long-term bond issued by a private company intending to construct or make improvements to a factory, plant, or something else industrial.
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industrial bond

A long-term debt security issued by a corporation engaged in industrial activities such as manufacturing or refining.
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Airbus Group CEO Tom Enders, who received the prime minister, said: " We are honoured to host Prime Minister Modi in Toulouse and convey to him our desire to forge a stronger industrial bond with India." India already takes centrestage role in our international activities and we want to even increase its contribution to our products.
Airbus Group CEO Tom Enders, who received the Indian leader, said: "We are honoured to host Prime Minister Modi in Toulouse and convey to him our desire to forge a stronger industrial bond with India.
Using a credit-spread discipline, investment managers might buy an industrial bond when spread levels are wide and it's attractively priced from that standpoint, LoPorto said.
"Launching direct flights to Seattle not only cements a long industrial bond with US jetmaker Boeing, not least because the airline will be using 777-300ERs, the other significant factor behind this route is the access to the Pacific north-west and also traffic from Canada," said Saj Ahmad, chief analyst at London-based StrategicAero Research.
McGourthy said proponents would finance the project through a $325,000 hard cash equity contribution and a $2.4 million loan from a conventional lender via a tax-exempt industrial bond issued by Massachusetts Development Finance Agency.
Whereas the yield on a bond issued by a bank can be assumed to shadow swap market rates because of underlying similarities in credit risk, there is no direct connection with the credit risk in the swap market for an industrial bond. However, credit risk in the banking sector depends on banks' loss risk, which depends in turn on the risk in the banks' loans to the corporate and household sector.
A.) provides evidence that accounting measures of liquidity, capital structure, and profitability are associated with industrial bond values and yields.
At the same time, the company applied for an $8.4 million industrial bond. The Carolina Alliance for Fair Employment organized to pressure the company by working to tie the bond award to job-protection.
Predicting Industrial Bond Ratings with a Profit Model and Funds Flow Components.
industrial bond issues from 1983 to 1993 receive different letter ratings from Moody's and S&P.
That incentive package includes $10 million-$13 million Act 9 industrial bond issue, enterprise-zone designation, tax breaks, payroll-tax rebates and road work.
"You think he's talking about Grade A industrial bonds? Ha!

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