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6 days ago Apr 06, 2013  · Coupon. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. The amount of interest payment that is made, usually on a regular basis, to bondholders during the lifetime of a bond (or a similar fixed-income security or interest rate derivative).This amount is determined by the following formula:

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1 day ago Coupon-Paying Bond. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A bond that pays interest on surrender of the coupons, clipped from its certificate.The holder of a coupon-paying bond receives periodic payment (semiannually, annually, etc) during the life of the bond.

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4 days ago Coupon-Bearing Bond. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A bond that pays interest on surrender of the coupons, clipped from its certificate.The holder of a coupon-bearing bond receives periodic payment (semiannually, annually, etc) during the life of the bond.

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4 days ago Sep 01, 2017  · Step-Down Coupon Note. A debt instrument which comes with a step-down coupon; the amount of its coupon decreases over time to maturity.In earlier periods, it pays a high coupon , and then in later periods it pays a lower coupon. This notes suits a low short-term rate environement.

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5 days ago Jun 05, 2013  · Full Coupon. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A bond with a full coupon has an interest coupon very close to the coupons being carried on new issues of the same maturity.Newly issued securities carry an interest rate called full coupon and, thus, must be selling at a price close to their par value.

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2 days ago Coupon Bond. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A bond that pays interest on surrender of the coupons, clipped from its certificate.The holder of a coupon bond receives periodic payment (semiannually, annually, etc) during the life of the bond.

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3 days ago May 29, 2013  · Coupon Rate. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. The rate which is earned on a bond purchased at a price equal to par value, and is paid by the issuer, regardless of the current premium or discount value of that bond.It is the bond’s stated interest rate based on its face value, and is usually …

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5 days ago May 12, 2013  · Odd Coupon. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. An interest payment on a bond that is more or less than interest payment of typical six months. This is the case with the first coupon payment on many bonds because payment period is different from standard six months from the date of issuance.

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3 days ago May 29, 2019  · Irregular Coupon. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. An interest payment on a bond that is more or less than interest payment of typical six months. This is the case with the first coupon payment on many bonds because payment period is different from standard six months from the date of issuance.

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6 days ago Dual Coupon Bond. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A bond with coupons that change to preset levels on specific dates. More specifically, the bond pays a given coupon for a specific period of time, then its coupon is stepped up in regular periods until maturity.

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6 days ago Jun 28, 2017  · Fixed Coupon Note. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A note that provides the investor with fixed coupon payment over the couse of its life, typically ranging from two to five years. The stable income is a source of protection against a low to moderate decline in the reference rate (such as an index, …

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1 day ago Mar 27, 2013  · Coupon Clipping. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. The removal of interest coupons attached to a bearer bond so that the bearer might submit them to a bank or a paying agent for collection of semiannual interest. Coupon clipping was commonplace before the days of registered bonds.

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1 week ago Deferred-Coupon Bond. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A bond whereby the issuer is allowed to defer coupon interest for a specified period of time. During the deferred-coupon period, there is no coupon payment.

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1 week ago Physically, a coupon is a slip of paper which is cut off from a bearer bond and presented to a bond issuer in exchange for quarterly, semi-annual or annual interest payment. With respect to swaps, coupon refers to the periodic interest payment on the fixed-rate leg of an interest rate swap or a currency swap.

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1 day ago Mar 19, 2017  · A zero-coupon interest rate is the rate of interest earned on an investment that is made over a given period (horizon). At the end of the period, the interest and principal are paid to the investor, as no intermediate payments would need to be made. For example, if a 7-year zero rate (continuously compounded) is quoted as 5.5% per year, then a ...

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1 week ago May 11, 2013  · Low Coupon Bond. A bond that pays small coupons over its life, but requires a large payment of principal at maturity. This bond, therefore, allows its holder to receive capital gains in consideration for invested funds. By nature, …

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1 day ago Contingent Coupon Reverse Convertible. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A reverse convertible in which the coupon is made contingent on a specific event such as trading in a range in order to have an enhanced coupon. The reverse convertible will pay higher than usual coupon when the specified event takes place.

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4 days ago Coupon Frequency. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. The number of times the exchange of swap coupons (cash flows on both legs) is carried out over the life of an interest rate swap (or any similar swap). In practice, coupon frequencies are often less than a year.

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1 day ago Mar 23, 2016  · Zero-Coupon Certificate of Deposit. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A certificate of deposit that pays no periodic interest to the holder.However, its return comes from it being sold at a discount from face value (i.e., its value at maturity date). That is, the CD holder pays less than the face value at …

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5 days ago Coupon Equivalent Rate. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. Also equivalent bond yield; the yield on a discount bond that is computed in the same way the yield on a coupon bond is calculated. This indicates the annual yield on a short-term fixed income security or product that is typically quoted on a bank …

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2 days ago Split Coupon Bond. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A bond that is issued as a zero-coupon bond but which converts to a coupon paying bond at a specific time during its life. This bond is usually issued by companies and municipalities which don't want to pay out cash interest for the first few years of a bond's life.

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2 days ago May 19, 2013  · Accrued interest fluctuates sharply over coupon periods. Its is zero immediately after coupon has been paid, rises linearly and reaches its highest at the next coupon date and then falls back to zero after payment. For example, if the flat price of a bond is quoted at $96, the coupon rate is 7%, and coupon is paid annually.

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3 days ago May 13, 2013  · The realized compound yield (annual return) that is actually earned on a coupon bond will be equal to the bond's yield to maturity ( YTM) only if the bond is held to maturity and the coupons can be reinvested at the yield to maturity. This measure of yield allows for comparing between alternative interest-bearing assets.

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1 week ago Jun 21, 2016  · Currency Coupon Swap. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A currency swap in which one side is a fixed rate currency and the other a floating rate payment (such as U.S dollar LIBOR).This type of swap combines the features of a currency swap and an interest rate swap.In currency coupon

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6 days ago Mar 02, 2013  · For example, an investor holds a 5-year note with quarterly coupons, such that his payoff at the first two coupon dates is set at 4% per annum, resulting, for an accrual period of three months, in coupons of: Coupon = 0.04 × 0.25 = 1%. The payoff, for subsequent coupon dates, is given by the following formula:

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1 week ago Feb 11, 2013  · A common tenor is three months. So instead of exchanging cash flows once a year, the counterparties do so four times per year, and so on. Other popular tenors are six months and one month. Another common arrangement is the semi-quarterly coupon frequency in which the swap has a 6-month fixed leg and 3-month floating leg.

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1 week ago Apr 07, 2013  · Bond Ex-Dividend. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. The interval between the announcement of a coupon and the payment date. If a bond trades during this period of time, it is the seller, not the buyer, who is entitled to the next coupon payment. In the period between the coupon payment date and the …

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1 week ago Jan 13, 2013  · Par-Par Asset Swap. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. An asset swap package where an investor pays par (100%) to an asset swap seller for a particular fixed-coupon bond issued by a specific reference entity (name), in order to obtain exposure to the par notional amount of that bond.

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1 day ago Jan 20, 2013  · Off-Market Coupon Swap. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. Typically, an interest rate swap whose fixed rate payment substantially deviates from currently prevailing coupon rates on debt instruments with similar times to expiration. An adjustment to the net present value of this swap needs to be …

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6 days ago Feb 07, 2013  · Ratchet Bond. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A rate-adjustable debt instrument that has a coupon rate that adjusts periodically at a specific spread over a non-money market reference rate such as the 10-year CMT rate.However, it can only adjust downward based on a given coupon formula.

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3 days ago Oct 21, 2017  · For example, assume the 5 and 10 year spot-starting breakeven zero coupon rates are: S 5 = 0.0265, S 10 = 0.0275, respectively. By plugging in the figures, in order to calculate the theoretical 3-year rate, 5 years forward, we find:

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2 days ago The snowball coupon is continually adjusted by an accrual factor, following the first lockout period (first year) of the swap in which it is kept fixed. After this period, the issuer has the right to cancel the swap. The snowball swap offers a guaranteed initial coupon, while forthcoming payments are determined by how fast the floating rate ...

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5 days ago Sep 01, 2014  · Zero-Coupon Nontradable Sukuk. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A sukuk issue in which the backing assets (i.e., the assets to be mobilized) don’t yet exist or are not created at the time of issuance. The funds mobilized through sukuk will be used to create more assets on the balance sheet of the …

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3 days ago Jan 29, 2013  · Zero-Coupon Swap Valuation Method. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. An interest rate swap valuation method that views a swap as a series of cash flows for each of which is applied a zero coupon rate ().More specifically, the present value for each cash flow is determined using a spot rate.

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5 days ago Jan 29, 2013  · For example, a 5-year TARN in which the first coupon rate is fixed at 8%, whilst the coupon rates in subsequent years are calculated based on this formula: MAX(7.54%- 2L, 0), where L denotes the index rate (say the 12-month Euribor) on the coupon date. The TARN will be terminated prematurely if the accumulated coupon rate, on the coupon date ...

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1 week ago May 11, 2013  · Callable Zero Coupon Swap. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A zero coupon swap in which the zero coupon leg has the right, without the obligation, to call off the underlying zero coupon swap on any coupon date after a specific lockout period.On calling off the structure, the zero coupon

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2 days ago Feb 17, 2013  · Suppose the 2-year swap rate is 5.5% (that means, a bond with a principal of $100 and a semiannual coupon of 5.5% per annum is selling for …

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5 days ago Mar 14, 2013  · Autocallable Coupon Accrual Swap. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. An OTC swap which features both a knockout and contingent coupon mechanism. The issuer receives the coupon, whilst the holder receives an adjusted rate linked to the LIBOR rate. The knockout feature allows the holder, …

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4 days ago Sep 15, 2017  · A bond in which a percentage of coupon payments is converted into capital . In other words, the capital amount outstanding is increased over the bond's life. Eventually, the issuer will repay the capitalized value of the bond at maturity date. In this sense, the capitalized percentages constitute a form of debt owed by the issuer.

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2 days ago Jan 30, 2013  · Coupon-Only Swap. Investment and Finance has moved to the new domain. Please see this and more at fincyclopedia.net. A form of cross currency swap that entails no exchange of principal in two different currencies at maturity, and only the interest payments (i.e., coupons) are exchanged. In this sense, a coupon-only coupon swap (CoS) is like an …

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2 days ago Ratchet Floater. A floater in which coupon payments are subject to a floor set at the preceding coupon payment and a cap equal to the preceding coupon plus some incremental margin.Coupons on ratchet floaters are typically pegged to LIBOR (3- or 6-month). For example, a ratchet floater may be structured so that it is linked to 6-month LIBOR, while its floor is …

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5 days ago A floating-rate note in which coupon rates (coupon reset rates) are subject to an upper limit. Like standard FRNs, capped FRNs pay a normal floating rate note coupon up to a specified maximum rate. If rates exceed that limit, the coupon is fixed at the capped rate. For example, a capped FRN may have a maximum rate of 7% placed on its coupon ...

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1 week ago Jan 22, 2013  · The coupons are multiplied by an accrual factor which relates the number of days spent within the range (n) to the number of days in the coupon period (N). As such the payoff of a callable range accrual swap is: payoff = coupons x n/N. This swap is implicitly embedded with a strip of digital options that expire on a daily basis.

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2 days ago Feb 03, 2013  · Coupon ti = S ti – K. However, the overall structure is limited by the requirement that once the total payout exceeds a target level , then the structure automatically terminates (knocks out). The target redemption forward is a hedging strategy aimed at providing investors with above-market forward rates. For example, investors can hedge ...

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5 days ago A matched maturity swap may be established to match the maturity of an on-the-run 5-year treasury note. Typically, a matched-maturity swap will have the same characteristics of a respective instrument in terms of coupon, duration, and convexity. For example, a matched maturity swap for a government agency bond that matures in November 15, 2030 ...

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1 week ago Feb 03, 2013  · Coupon = gearing × (previous coupon – index) The leverage level determines how aggressive the structure is: its dependency on the previous coupon is increased by a gearing on the previous coupon. This structure is also known as a thunderball. Read more Comments Last update: Feb 03, 2013

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4 days ago Feb 11, 2013  · C is the dollar value of coupon payments in one year. N is the number of coupon payments not yet made. Y is BEY or bond equivalent yield (decimal) 100 means the calculation relates to par value. For instance, assume a 20-year bond with 10% coupon rate and yield of 8%: that is, C = 10, N= 40, Y= 0.9.

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1 week ago Initially, the note has a high coupon that adjusts with market rate developments over time. Effectively, the investor is long the note and short a path-dependent or period cap and/or long a path-dependent or periodic floor. This structure allows the note holder to receive a high coupon floor when he harbors a feeling that rates may move upward ...

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