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Original issue discount debt oid debt

• Debt that is initially offered at a price below par.

 
 

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1099 oid
Accretion of a discount
Back discount rate
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Cheapest to deliver issue
Cost of a new issue of common stock
Cost of debt
Cost of giving up a cash discount
Cost of long term debt
Current issue
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Debt capacity
Debt capital
Debt covenants
Debt displacement
Debt due
Debt equity ratio
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Debt limit
Debt limitation
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Debt service parity approach
Debt swap
Debt to capital ratio
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Deep discount bond
Discount
Discount basis
Discount bond
Discount broker
Discount factor
Discount house
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Discount paper
Discount period
Discount rate
Discount securities
Discount window
Discount window loans
Dividend discount model
Documented discount notes
Firm's net value of debt
Forward discount
Funded debt
Interest rate on debt
Issue
Junior debt subordinate debt
Long term debt
Long term debt ratio
Long term debt to capitalization
Long term debt to equity ratio
New issue
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Oid
Original face value
Original issue discount
Original margin
Original maturity
Overhanging issue
Oversubscribed issue
Presold issue
Pure discount bond
Reopen an issue
Risk adjusted discount rate
Seasoned issue
Seasoned new issue
Secondary issue
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Standard debt provisions
Structured debt
Subordinated debt
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Total debt to equity ratio
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