back bond


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back bond

[′bak ‚bänd]
(solid-state physics)
A chemical bond between an atom in the surface layer of a solid and an atom in the second layer.
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Chief Executive Officer Christian Sewing said last month that the bank would cut back bond and equities trading and would invest in German retail banking and asset management in Europe.
The government of the UAE has said that it would back bond sales by banks in the country.
The 10-year bond futures for September delivery closed at the day's high as gains in 10-year and 20-year cash bonds led players to buy back bond futures, dealers said.
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Global Banking News-December 2, 2015--Kuwait's Burgan Bank to buy back bonds worth USD362.9m
Investors unloaded government bonds in the morning amid jitters over the Bank of Japan's bond-buying operation for the day, but they bought back bonds in the afternoon as the operation's outcome was mostly in line with market expectations, brokers said.
Yesterday, the company launched an offer to buy back bonds for a total NOK250m.
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French specialty chemicals maker Rhodia, which owns Albright & Wilson at Old-bury, is to buy back bonds worth nearly pounds 750 million to restructure its debt pile and cut interest charges.
Indonesia's state-owned telecomms company, PT Telkom, has said that it intends to buy back bonds it issued in 2002 using internal funds.
The sale was made possible by a series of reforms last year, one of which allows municipalities to use federal tax participation payments to back bonds and other debt.
Credit analysts said buying back bonds improved the debt situation for remaining bondholders, while still keeping the firm's banks onside ahead of loan talks on Monday.