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debt service

The periodic repayment of a loan, including both accrued interest and a portion of the principal.
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Of the total debt service in July, over 65 percent of the amount or P54.715 billion was accounted for by amortization payments to foreign financial institutions.
According to World Bank, Kenya's debt service ratio is currently at 10.6 per cent, having doubled from a single digit of 5.3 per cent in 2013.
This is likewise 5.7 percent higher compared to the P733.74 billion programmed by the government for debt service, as indicated in the Budget of Expenditures and Sources of Financing (BSEF) document of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM).
Domestic debt service dropped by 14.2% to 2,908 MD in 2019, compared with 3,391 MD planned for 2018.
Estimated cash flows generate relatively solid debt service coverage
While operations would be affected quickly after closure, debt service for all project companies should be secure for at least six months, as all transactions benefit from debt service reserves sized at an amount equivalent to the senior debt service due in the following six months.
The agency pinned the downgrade to the persistently low and unlikely to improve senior debt service coverage.
Data from the bureau showed that the bulk of the debt service consisted of principal payments amounting to P259.4 billion, a 20 percent rise from P216.7 billion, while interest payments up by 1 percent year-on-year to P146.7 billion from P144.7 billion.
When it was time, recently, to calculate the amount of debt service Durham would be obligated to pay as a result of issuing bonds, the city's financial advisor had already provided the right answer, but the city wanted to confirm that this number was correct.
WORCESTER - For the second time in six months, the city has to dig into its pockets to pay the debt service owed on the $5.8 million federal loan it received for the Gardner Kilby Hammond Revitalization Project in the Main South area.
After reviewing the 11,227-unit development's 2009 budget and rent roll from the end of 2008, the bond analyst firm said the income from the development was not sufficient to pay the debt service. The debt service reserve has fallen from $400 million to $127.7 million, as of January 15, and the general reserve balance had been wiped out, the report said.
As debt service costs reach record levels with each interest rate increase, the rapid rate of household spending since the mid-1990s is likely to be hit, says a new survey.