Corporate bonds

Долговые обязательства частных корпораций. Они имеют фиксированные сроки погашения и ставку процента, выплачиваемую по ним до срока погашения. Обычно облигации выпускаются со сроком погашения от 10 до 30 лет. Различают долговые облигации и облигации обеспеченные физическими активами.

См. тж.: Corporate securities; Debentures; Mortgage bonds.

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