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zero-coupon

Syllabification: ze·ro-cou·pon

Definition of zero-coupon in English:

adjective

Of or relating to a debt obligation that pays no interest to the holder until it reaches maturity or is sold: volatile zero-coupon bonds pay no interest but are issued of a discount to face value
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  • Tomson will issue zero-coupon convertible bonds to raise US $50 million, through Deutsche Bank.
  • Verizon Communications issued a $3 billion zero-coupon convertible bond.
  • One example is the auto and truck industry, where marketing is focused on zero-coupon financing and cash givebacks.

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