Securities like debenture stocks, loan stock and convertibles which carry a fixed rate of interest called a coupon.
Fixed interest securities, including bonds, represent loans to borrowers, which could include governments, banks and companies. In return for the loan, the borrower generally pays a pre-determined rate of interest for an agreed term.
any security which has a fixed flow of income is known as a fixed interest security.
Also known as bonds. Securities which carry rights to a fixed rate of interest and eventual repayment of the capital sum.
Another term for bonds
Interest bearing debt securities (bonds) where the return is fixed when held to maturity. Corporations, governments and semi-government authorities issue fixed interest investments or “bonds”. They typically offer higher yields (returns) than cash securities but their value can fluctuate.
Provide regular, fixed, interest payments and are issued by companies and Governments. They include gilts* and bonds*.
Normally for terms of one year or more, fixed interest investments (sometimes referred to as 'securities') include government and semi-government bonds, debentures, mortgage trusts and fixed terms deposits. They generally provide a regular fixed income with capital repaid at the end of a fixed term.
Securities which attract a fixed rate of interest each year.
Securities issued by a company, government (known as Gilts in the UK) or local authority, where the amount of interest to be paid each year is set on issue.