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    Municipal Bond

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    was watching James Bond Series, I realized, do I know anything about the bonds? And then I admitted to myself that I do…technically yes!!! Bond: Bond is investing in an entity/asset for a fixed period of time and obtaining additional income through it, like interest. They are one of the perfect ways to increase time value of money. Time Value of Money: As and when the cost/ market value of a product increases the value of money decreases. But through investing money in the investment instruments the value of money of that actual period can be obtained as it raises interest as additional money, adding additional value to the actual investment. And then I realized that when I was in my graduation, I overheard my college dean talking about…

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    Features Of A Bond

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    a.A bond is a debt instrument which the government or an institution may issue (e.g a bank) to have direct inflow of money. Basically, it’s a security for which the issuer is obliged to pay at the end of the contract, the nominal value. In the case of bonds with a coupon payment, the payments are made at regular predetermined intervals. Therefore, a bond is simply a loan, where the issuer is the debtor and the holder is the lender, while the coupon (if exists) is the interest. The loan is…

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    Characteristics of Callable bonds Calculation of yield of Callable Bonds The callable bond price will be lower than that of a straight bond because of this option benefitting to the issuer. However, the yield of a callable bond is higher than the yield of a straight bond. The yield-to-call rate represents the yield rate offered if the issuing company exercises its right to buy back the bond. The call could happen at the bond's face value, or the issuer could pay a premium to bondholders if it…

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    Sukuk Bond Analysis

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    yield differences between the Islamic Sukuk and conventional bond. Firstly, the yield differences showed that the difference of conventional bonds suffer more risk due to the nature of receiving the high yield ratio than Sukuk. Conventional bonds generate two cash flows for investors. First, the face value of which is a fixed amount of funds that the bond issuer is obligated to pay to the bondholder when the bond matures. Second, the interest is a fixed amount of funds that the bond issuer is…

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    Essay On Liberty Bonds

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    A Liberty Bond was a bond sold to support the allied cause in World War 1. Contributing to the bonds became a patriotic duty in the United States. This introduced the act of financial securities to citizens for the first time ever. War is expensive and financed through borrowing, taxation, and expedition of printing money. Barely any money was created. Liberty bonds are still used today in which U.S. treasury bonds are issued. A treasury bond is a fixed interest government debt security with a…

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    Bond Assuance Paper

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    How does a Company issue a bond and what type of Bond is the best to issue? The Bond Issuance process is process is complicated and companies generally hire a third party, and investment bank, to facilitate the process. The investment bank will generally have the expertise and experience to handle the technical and legal aspects of the transaction. However, first we need to explore what bonds are and why would a company want to issue them. What are Bonds and Why do Companies Issue them Our…

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    Fidelity Bonds

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    What are fidelity surety bonds, and why does your business need them? Fidelity bond insurance can protect your business against dishonest acts by your employees, damage or loss if a contract is not fulfilled, dishonesty by those who administer pension plans, and more. Surety Bonds can protect you against tax liens against your business, or to guarantee payment of utility bills. There are differences between fidelity bonds and surety bonds. Some kinds of fidelity bonds include: Fidelity…

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    Bond Valuation Case Study

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    Bond Valuation Bond is one of the long term-liability. It is a type of debt or promissory note issued by the borrower that promising to pay its holder a predetermined and fixed amount of interest at fixed interval (6 months, 1 year) and pay the par value at maturity. Bond also is referred to as public debt because they can be traded in the public financial markets. Bonds can be classified in a variety of ways. There are unsecured and secured bonds. The unsecured bonds include debentures,…

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    Convertible Bonds Essay

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    to research convertible bonds further and how they are used in the financial industry. Convertible bonds are extremely interesting as they represent a bond with a stock payout if exercised. Also Convertible bonds act like corporate bonds with lower interest rates because of their possible stock options. There is a give and take with convertible bonds because companies will offer lower yields on these bonds and there’s a possibility that their stocks fall or don’t have economic growth over the…

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    The purpose of this paper is to analyze Apple’s stocks and bonds to determine whether an individual investor should invest in this company. I will use financial statements, reports from previous years, and ratio analyses. Combined this data will determine whether to add Apple to an investor’s portfolio or whether they should look for another investment opportunity. I will use various sources to gather information on the companies short and long term debt, credit rating, and interest rates to…

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