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Kangaroo Bond

Kangaroo Bond What is 'Kangaroo Bond' A type of foreign bond that is issued in the Australian market by non-Australian firms and is denominated in Australian currency. The bond is subject

Harmless Warrant

Harmless Warrant What is 'Harmless Warrant' A warrant that requires the holder to surrender a similar bond when purchasing a new fixed-income instrument. For the warrant to be exercisable,

Hard Call Protection

Hard Call Protection What is 'Hard Call Protection' The period in the life of a callable bond during which the issuing company is not permitted to redeem the bond. Hard call bonds have thi

Yield To Worst (YTW)

Yield To Worst (YTW) What is the 'Yield To Worst - YTW' The yield to worst (YTW) is the lowest potential yield that can be received on a bond without the issuer actually defaulting. The YT

Make Whole Call (Provision)

Make Whole Call (Provision) What is a 'Make Whole Call (Provision)' A make whole call provision is a type of call provision on a bond allowing the issuer to pay off remaining debt early. T

Maintenance Bond

Maintenance Bond What is 'Maintenance Bond' A type of surety bond purchased by a contractor that protects the owner of a completed construction project for a specified time period against

Mandatory Redemption Schedule

Mandatory Redemption Schedule What is 'Mandatory Redemption Schedule' Specified dates when a bond issuer is required to redeem all or a portion of the outstanding issues of a bond prior to

Samurai Market

Samurai Market What is 'Samurai Market' A slang term for the stock market in Japan. Samurai market is usually used buy non-residents of Japan, with a reference to the iconic Japanese warri

Samurai Bond

DefinitionA samurai bond is a yen-denominated bond issued in Tokyo by non-Japanese companies, and is subject to Japanese regulations. These bonds provide the issuer with an access to Japanes

Backup Line

Backup Line What is 'Backup Line' A line of credit used by a bank to cover any issue of commercial paper for which financing from new paper may not be available. A backup line of credit ef
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