Bond Types

Bond types are the various types of bond vehicles used by investors: municipal bonds, convertible bonds, callable bonds, etc. The bond type category provides articles and videos covering this topic.

A syndicated loan, also known as a syndicated bank facility, is created by a conglomerate of banks who pool their funds together to offer a loan to a borrower
Treasury Bills, or more commonly known as T-Bills, are short term government debt instruments issued at a discount to par and mature within 1 year
Treasury Bonds are issued by the United States government and are considered risk free bonds.
Treasury inflation protected securities are government backed bonds that protect the bond holder against inflation by increasing the principal value of the bond by the rate of inflation.
Treasury STRIPS are disassembled cash flows from a treasury security sold individually on the secondary market as a zero-coupon bond.
A Yankee bond is a dollar-denominated bond issued by foreign financial institutions, corporations, or governments that is intended for public sale in the United States. Typically, Yankee bonds are issued in large blocks of related securities to allow significant amounts of money to be raised by the issuer.
A yield curve note is a fixed maturity variable rate debt security that inversely reflects the movement of interest rates. When interest rates increase, the yield of a yield curve note decreases, and vice versa.
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