Bond Definition

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1. - The people's victim and lifelong bond - slave , as they fancied her, might say to them. 1
2. “Cities keep careful track of their finances, but a bond rating doesn’t tell us how people feel or why they want to raise a family here or relocate a business here,” Mr. Curtatone said. 1
3. “They can really bond through the cross-cultural experience of encountering a foreign U.S. culture together,” he said. 1
4. (Investors won't buy bonds that yield negative interest, since they can always hoard cash instead.) But the message of Mr. Bernanke's 2002 speech was that there are other things the Fed can do. 1
5. 'I question whether private enterprise should be in this business , ' Jules Kroll, chairman and chief executive of Kroll bond Rating Agency, told the House hearing. 1
6. 'You're just never going to see that in short-term bond funds, ' Mr. McDevitt warns. 1
7. "Any bond insurer that is making a decision about what to insure and what to charge for it should not care a whit about who is on the other side of the transaction," he said. 1
8. "If you define risk as volatility, " which is what most analysts do, Mr. Glassman says, "history has shown that stocks are no more volatile than bonds" over the long term. 1
9. "It may sound odd to say, but in some ways rigid segregation was an ally, " says the NAACP chairman, Julian bond, "because things were so clear. 1
10. "It's disappointing," said John Beiers, a lawyer for San Mateo County, part of the bondholder group which had about $155 million in taxpayer money invested in Lehman Brothers bonds. 1
11. "On every front, Wells Fargo and other banks are facing more pressure," said Sean Egan, principal at bond rating agency Egan-Jones Ratings. 1
12. "Overall, EPFR Global-tracked bond funds took in another $6.51 billion, taking collective YTD inflows up to $47.7 billion, while their equity counterparts absorbed a net $2.74 billion," the firm said. 1
13. "People would rather overpay for bonds than underpay for stocks," said David Kelly, who helps oversee $445 billion as chief market strategist for JPMorgan Funds in New York. 1
14. "Since we are at the beginning of a cyclical recovery, the outperformance of equities over bonds has only just begun," said Phlipp Bartschi, chief strategist at Swiss asset manager Sarasin. 1
15. "Small yet rigid crystals showed the ability to quickly re-form their broken bonds, and as a result fail 'gracefully' — that is, gradually rather than suddenly," graduate student Keten explains. 1
16. "The market is chasing yields up and pushing Ireland in the direction of international bailout assistance," Marc Ostwald, a bond strategist at Monument Securities in London said. 1
17. "The resilience in stocks is feeding into some selling in bonds," said Andrew Richman, managing director of SunTrust's personal asset management division in West Palm Beach, Florida. 1
18. "The setup for supply next week is getting under way, and that is why the market is moving the way it is," said Marty Mitchell, head of government bond trading at Stifel Nicolaus in Baltimore. 1
19. "The U.S. is still the safe-haven parking place and I think it will continue to be," said Marty Mitchell, head of government bond trading at Stifel Nicolaus in Baltimore. 1
20. "The universal bank is the regulatory equivalent of the super-senior mortgage-backed bond, " says one analyst. 1
21. "We believe the offer to be a blatant disregard of fairness for the bondholders who have funded this company," a bondholder committee said in a statement. 1
22. "We find no convincing arguments in the new policy response to suggest that sovereign bond spreads in the euro area will tighten meaningfully vis-a-vis-Germany," RBS said in a note. 1
23. "Yea, forsooth," replied the bond-servant, staring with wide-open eyes at the scarlet letter, which, being a new-comer in the country, he had never before seen. 0
24. A $ 10 , 000 bond was furnished by an alderman. 1
25. A 12 percent annual coupon bond will mature on 11 April 2000. 1
26. A bailout of GSE bondholders would beperhaps the greatest taxpayer rip-off in American history. 1
27. A big shift out of dollars could therefore push up bond yields and hence mortgage rates, damaging America's already crumbling housing market. 1
28. A blind blonde blunted a brand - new bronze blade for bland bond. 1
29. A bond is a promissory note, usually issued for a specified amount. 1
30. A bond is an interest-bearing government or corporate security that usually obligates the issuer to make specified payments on a specific schedule to the bondholder. 2




bonds (plural noun) · chemical bond (noun) · chemical bonds (plural noun)

  - a thing used to tie something or to fasten things together.

  - an agreement with legal force.

  - a strong force of attraction holding atoms together in a molecule or crystal, resulting from the sharing or transfer of electrons.

  - short for bond paper.


bonds (third person present) · bonded (past tense) · bonded (past participle) · bonding (present participle)

  - join or be joined securely to something else, especially by means of an adhesive substance, heat, or pressure.

  - join or be joined by a chemical bond.

  - lay (bricks) in an overlapping pattern so as to form a strong structure.

  - place (dutiable goods) in bond.


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