redeem bonds


redeem bonds
v.
redimir bonos, amortizar pagarés.

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  • redeem — re‧deem [rɪˈdiːm] verb [transitive] FINANCE 1. to pay off a loan or debt: • He intends to redeem the mortgage at the earliest opportunity. • When do you expect to redeem this …   Financial and business terms

  • redeem — [ri dēm′] vt. [LME redemen < MFr redimer < L redimere < re(d) , back + emere, to get, buy < IE base * em , to take > Lith imù, OSlav imǫ, to take] 1. to buy back 2. to get back; recover, as by paying a fee 3. to pay off (a mortgage …   English World dictionary

  • redeem — /ri deem /, v.t. 1. to buy or pay off; clear by payment: to redeem a mortgage. 2. to buy back, as after a tax sale or a mortgage foreclosure. 3. to recover (something pledged or mortgaged) by payment or other satisfaction: to redeem a pawned… …   Universalium

  • redeem — transitive verb Etymology: Middle English redemen, from Anglo French redemer, modification of Latin redimere, from re , red re + emere to take, buy; akin to Lithuanian imti to take Date: 15th century 1. a. to buy back ; repurchase b. to get or… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • redeem — re•deem [[t]rɪˈdim[/t]] v. t. 1) to buy or pay off; clear by payment: to redeem a mortgage[/ex] 2) to buy back, as after a tax sale or a mortgage foreclosure 3) to recover (something pledged or mortgaged) by payment or other satisfaction: to… …   From formal English to slang

  • redeem — v.tr. 1 buy back; recover by expenditure of effort or by a stipulated payment. 2 make a single payment to discharge (a regular charge or obligation). 3 convert (tokens or bonds etc.) into goods or cash. 4 (of God or Christ) deliver from sin and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • sinking fund bonds — ( sinkers) Revenue bond issues that require the issuer to accumulate or set aside part of the annual revenue which is then used to redeem bonds before maturity, often well before regular call dates. The set aside funds are called the sinking fund …   Financial and business terms

  • premium bonds — A form of government borrowing organised by the National Savings department. Investors buy serially numbered premium bonds at a cost of £1 each. Each month a random draw is made of numbers with a range of prizes from £50 to £1 million. The total… …   Financial and business terms

  • puttable bonds — Bonds issued with a provision that the holder is entitled to redeem the bond before the final maturity date. Compare callable bonds …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • hybrid bonds — International hybrid securities, Also known as hybrid capital instruments, hybrid instruments or hybrid bonds. Securities which are legally debt securities but that have some equity like features. Debt characteristics …   Law dictionary

  • callable bonds — Fixed rate bonds, usually convertibles, in which the issuer has the right, but not the obligation, to redeem (call) the bond during the life of the bond. A grace period during which the borrower is unable to call the bond will usually be included …   Big dictionary of business and management