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What is coupon? definition and meaning

coupon: 1. Bonds: (1) Bearer bond's detachable-stub (counterfoil) presented by a bondholder to the bond issuer for receiving interest payment. If coupons are exhausted before the bond's maturity date, the bondholder may apply for a new set. Also called a warrant. (2) Registered bond's interest rate the bond issuer promises to pay until bond

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What is zero-coupon bond? definition and meaning

zero-coupon bond: Bond that (1) pays no interest but instead is sold at a deep discount on its par-value, or (2) an interest paying bond that has been stripped of its coupon which is sold separately as a security in its own right. Bondholder's income is determined by the difference between the bond's redemption value on maturity and its

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What is discount? definition and meaning

discount: 1. Deduction from the face amount of an invoice, made in advance of its payment. See also rebate.

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What is continuity plan? definition and meaning

continuity plan: Sales promotion technique that encourages customers to continue to consume certain goods or services, or keep on buying from a certain firm or store. Continuity plans employ methods such as coupons, discount-cards, 'frequent flier miles.'

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What is rebate? definition and meaning

rebate: Return of a portion of a purchase price by a seller to a buyer, usually on purchase of a specified quantity, or value, of goods within a specified period. Unlike discount (which is deducted in advance of payment), rebate is given after the payment of full invoice amount. See also refund.

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What is disposal of fixed assets? definition and meaning

disposal of fixed assets: When a company wants to relinquish an asset, the company will sell the asset. The transaction will either have a positive or negative effect on the company's balance sheet. The calculation is the price of the asset minus what the asset is currently valued at.

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