- redemption value
- s.valor de redención, valor de rescate.
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Redemption value — is the price at which the issuing company may choose to repurchase a security before its maturity date.cite web | url=http://www.12manage.com/description redemption value.html | title=Redemption Value |accessmonthday=November 12 |accessyear=2007… … Wikipedia
redemption value — /rɪ dempʃən ˌvælju:/ noun a value of a security when redeemed … Dictionary of banking and finance
California Redemption Value — (CRV) is a deposit paid on purchases of certain recyclable beverage containers in California. The consumer pays CRV on the purchase of beverages with aluminum, plastic, glass, and bimetal containers and can be reimbursed if the containers are… … Wikipedia
Redemption — may refer to:In economics:* Redemption value, price of a security before its maturity dateIn religion: * Redemption, a concept referring to forgiveness or absolution for past sins and/or protection from damnation * In Judaism, Pidyon HaBen –… … Wikipedia
redemption — Repayment of a debt security or preferred stock issue, at or before maturity, at par or at a premium price. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary The extinguishing of a debt through cash payment. Exchange Handbook Glossary … Financial and business terms
redemption yield — /rɪ dempʃən ji:ld/ noun a yield on a security including interest and its redemption value … Dictionary of banking and finance
Redemption — • The restoration of man from the bondage of sin to the liberty of the children of God through the satisfactions and merits of Christ Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Redemption Redemption … Catholic encyclopedia
Redemption in the Old Testament — • Strictly deliverance by payment of a price or ransom, or simply deliverance by power, as from oppression, violence, or captivity Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Redemption in the Old Testament Redemp … Catholic encyclopedia
REDEMPTION — REDEMPTION, salvation from the states or circumstances that destroy the value of human existence or human existence itself. The word redeemer and its related terms redeem and redemption appear in the Bible some 130 times and are derived from two… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
redemption of collateral — A creditor may have a lien on personal property of a debtor where the value of the property is less than the amount due. In that event, the code allows a debtor to pay the creditor the value of the property, rather than the balance due and… … Glossary of Bankruptcy
redemption — re·demp·tion /ri demp shən/ n: the act, process, or fact of redeeming see also equity of redemption, right of redemption re·demp·tive / demp tiv/ adj Merriam Webster’s Dicti … Law dictionary