original face value

Original face value

The principal amount of a mortgage as of its issue date.

Original Face Value

The amount one borrows in a loan, especially in a mortgage. The original face value is what the mortgagor repays, plus interest. See also: Par Value.

original face value

The principal amount due on a mortgage at its inception.
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That pair had an original face value of PS100 each.
In the broad sense, they fail to provide information on original face value, precise seat details and seller.
Its subsidiary Broader Media purchased senior debt due in 2018 that carried a 10 percent interest rate and had an original face value of $383 million for $222 million.
One ticket with an original face value price of PS75 was being resold for PS119.
We also found tickets sold on these sites and elsewhere in breach of the Consumer Rights Act 2015, which insists sellers must give seat locations, the ticket's original face value and any restrictions which apply to the ticket.
is We also found tickets sold on these sites and elsewhere in breach of the Consumer Rights Act 2015, which insists sellers must give seat locations, the |ticket's original face value and any restrictions which apply to the ticket.
BM&FBOVESPA: GOLL4 and NYSE: GOL) said the deadline to qualify for the "Early Acceptance Premium", which is equal to five percent of the original face value, for tendering outstanding bonds in its private exchange offer has expired.
The sum paid by JPMorgan, one of the first to settle, represented roughly 12% of the original face value of the MBS it had originally underwritten, structured or distributed.
Laws backed by Mrs Hodgson would also force websites to reveal the original face value of the tickets being sold.
For the fourth time in its illustrious history, the British Guiana One-Cent Black on Magenta set a new world auction record for any stamp at Sotheby's New York, achieving $9,480,000 - nearly 1 billion times its original face value.
5% of the original face value (total net present value losses amounting to as much as 70%).
The seller of the credit default swap would pay the difference between the original face value of the bond and the recovery value in the instance that the borrower fails to make a scheduled payment; however, the seller would not have to pay if a creditor voluntarily trades his current bonds in for new bonds valued at a discount, as is the case in the new Greek financing plan.
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