Bond Buyer Indexes Mixed; One-Year Note Highest Since '01
- PLAIN/INSURED GO YIELD CURVES FOR NOV. 21, 2005. // Bond Buyer;11/23/2005, Vol. 354 Issue 32265, p37
Presents a chart depicting the plan and insured general obligation yield curves for November 2005 in the U.S.
- Longer-Term Indexes Slightly Lower, Building on Previous Yield Declines. Curran, Bill // Bond Buyer;11/23/2005, Vol. 354 Issue 32265, p7
Reports on the status of the "The Bond Buyer," indexes for 2005. Increase in yield of the one-year note index; Decline of the 20-bond general obligation index; Citations on the basis point of the revenue bond index.
- Far West: Plain/Insured GO Yield Curves for Oct. 12, 2005. // Bond Buyer;10/14/2005, Vol. 354 Issue 32238, p33
Presents a chart depicting the plain and insured government obligation yield curves in the U.S. for October 12, 2005
- Mississippi Revisiting Postponed Deal With $50 Million of Variable-Rate GOs. Sigo, Shelly // Bond Buyer;10/14/2005, Vol. 354 Issue 32238, p4
Reports on the plan of Mississippi to price a variable-rate general obligation bond issue representing a portion of the debt to be sold but was postponed. Use of the proceeds of the capital improvement bonds, Series 2005 to fund various road and university projects; Offer of standby bond...
- Bergen County, NJ., Bringing $45M in Gilt-Edged Bonds to Competitive Market. Cataldo, Adam L. // Bond Buyer;10/14/2005, Vol. 354 Issue 32238, p4
Reports on the plan of Bergen County, New Jersey to issue an amount of general obligation bonds to pay for a series of capital improvement projects. Sale of fixed-rate bonds through the MuniAuction Internet-based bidding system; Amount of serial bonds to be issued; Schedule of the maturity of...
- HATFIELD'S PARADOX. Canning, John B. // Accounting Review;Jun29, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p111
The article focuses on an interesting paradox pointed in a review by Henry Rand Hatfield, professor of accounting, which drew much attention. If two identical bonds are bought on the same day, one of them at 90 and one at 110, the aggregate cost is equal to the aggregate par and the yield rate...
- OFFSET ESTATE TAXES WITH FLOWER BONDS. Chandy, P.R. // FE: The Magazine for Financial Executives;Oct1985, Vol. 1 Issue 10, p45
Discusses the use of flower bonds to offset estate taxes in the United States. Calculation of the after-tax return from investing in flower bonds; Requirements imposed by the Internal Revenue Service relating to the use of flower bonds; Advice for executors of estates.
- Reaching for Yield: Lessons from the Past. Trevino, Ruben; Yates, Barbara // Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2006, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p70
â€¢ This study examines the question of when it might be advisable to switch from money market instruments (such as Treasury bills) to the typically higher-yielding short-term bonds. Specifically, the study tests whether current yield levels and current yield spreads are useful in predicting...
- Results of Negotiated Sales. // Bond Buyer;2/5/2016, Vol. 1 Issue F353, p1
A table is presented that lists results of negotiable sales including due date, amount and coupon rate.