Reset Bonds: Bonds that allow the initial interest rates to be adjusted on specific dates in order that the bonds trade at the value they had when they were issued.
Preset: A collection of system settings stored in a memory that is virtually instantly recallable, typically at the touch of a button.
Preset Focus Shooting: Technique in which focus is set at a predetermined setting and the shutter is released when the subject moves into the focus point.
Registered Bonds: Bonds for which the names and addresses of the bondholders are kept on file by the issuing company.
Rerack Or Reset: A call by a bowler asking that the pins be lifted from the alley and put back properly, because they're off spot.
Policyholder Loan Bonds: Packaged loans acquired by policyholders that are secured by the cash surrender value of the policies, and are offered by a broker/dealer as bonds.
Mortgage Revenue Bonds: A type of tax-exempt industrial development bond offered by state and local governments through their housing financing agencies.
Investment-Grade Bonds: A bond that is assigned a rating in the top four categories by commercial credit rating companies. S&P classifies investment-grade bonds as BBB or higher, and Moody's classifies investment g . . . View Full Definition
Junk Bonds: Bonds issued by companies in weak financial condition with large amounts of debt already outstanding: these bonds yield high rates of return because of the high risk.
Long Bonds: Bonds with a long current maturity. The 'long bond' is the 30-year U.S. Treasury bond.