1 A dollar bond is the common name for municipal bonds with a large signal payment...
A colloquial term for a bond that is usually quoted and traded in terms of dollar price rather than yield. Dollar bonds are typically actively traded term bonds from large issues. See: TERM BONDS.
1: Municipal revenue bonds that are quoted and traded at a dollar price rather than at a yield to maturity. 2: Bonds that are issued in the United States by foreign companies and denominated in US dollars. 3: Bonds that are issued outside the United States and denominated in US dollars. See: Eurobond; Eurodollar Bond
municipal bond quoted in terms of dollar price rather than yield. Also, bond denominated in U.S. dollars but issued outside the U.S. or by a foreign corporation in the U.S. see also Eurodollar bond.
A bond that is traded and quoted at a dollar price rather than a yield to maturity; usually a long-term, 30-year bond.
A municipal term issue which is quoted and traded at a dollar price rather than at a yield to maturity.
A bond that is quoted and traded in dollars rather than in yield to maturity.
A bond which is quoted on a dollar basis, rather than the usual yield to maturity basis applicable to most municipal bonds. Dollar bonds are usually the term bond portion of a municipal issue.