Companion Bonds

Business / Finance / Companion Bonds: A term used to refer to a financial statement in which all items are expressed as percentages of another item in the statement. For example, a common-sized balance sheet might show all values as a percentage of total assets.

Other Words for Companion

Companion Adjective Synonyms: fellow, associate, comrade, colleague, confrŠre, mate, buddy
Companion Noun Synonyms: vade-mecum, manual, handbook, guide, reference book, enchiridion
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Long Bonds

Business / Finance / Long Bonds: Bonds with a long current maturity. The 'long bond' is the 30-year U.S. Treasury bond. MORE

Mello-Roos Bonds

Business / Real Estate / Mello-Roos Bonds: Based on passage of the Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982, certain housing tracts may be within what are called community facilities districts where special taxes are assessed to finance des MORE

Mortgage Revenue Bonds

Business / Real Estate / Mortgage Revenue Bonds: A type of tax-exempt industrial development bond offered by state and local governments through their housing financing agencies. MORE

Municipal Bonds

Business / Real Estate / Municipal Bonds: Bonds issued to finance public improvements such as parks, schools and urban renewal projects. MORE

Junk Bonds

Business / Accounting / 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. MORE

Investment-Grade Bonds

Business / Finance / 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 grade bonds MORE

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