junk bonds

Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. . 2010.

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  • Junk bonds — Junk bond Moody s Standard Poor s Fitch Ratings Commentaire Long Terme Court terme Long Terme Court terme Long Terme Court terme …   Wikipédia en Français

  • junk bonds — (izg. džȁnk bȏnds) <indekl.> DEFINICIJA ekon. obveznice koje obećavaju visok prinos, ali nose visok stupanj rizika ETIMOLOGIJA engl …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • junk bonds — ● junk bonds nom féminin pluriel (anglais obligations pourries) Emprunt lancé par une société à risque qui permet de réaliser une opération financière très rentable ou, au contraire, de perdre beaucoup d argent …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Junk Bonds — Schrottanleihen bzw. Junk Bonds sind Wertpapiere die auch als High Yield Anleihen bezeichnet werden. Es handelt sich dabei um Anleihen von Emittenten, die durch Ratingagenturen eine schlechte Bewertung erhalten haben (definitionsgemäß im Bereich… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • junk bonds — An informal name for high yield securities with quality ratings below investment grade ( i.e., rated lower than Baa). American Banker Glossary See high yield bonds London Stock Exchange Glossary * * *    High risk high yield bonds, which are… …   Financial and business terms

  • junk bonds —   Obbligazioni ad alto rischio emesse da società che occupano uno dei posti più bassi nella scala della solidità economico finanziaria. I junk bond hanno un rendimento superiore a quello di altri titoli a reddito fisso. In termine di rischio,… …   Glossario di economia e finanza

  • junk bonds — certificates of financial obligation from a company whose financial status is unstable …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Junk Bond — Moody s Standard Poor s Fitch Ratings Commentaire Long Terme Court terme Long Terme Court terme Long Terme Court terme …   Wikipédia en Français

  • junk bond — see bond 2 Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. junk bond …   Law dictionary

  • junk bond — junk bonds N COUNT: usu pl If a company issues junk bonds, it borrows money from investors, usually at a high rate of interest, in order to finance a particular deal, for example the setting up or the taking over of another company …   English dictionary

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