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Financial terms in "Bonds and Treasuries"

1. common stock equivalent

2. Coupon rate

3. contagion

4. low grade

5. junior refunding

6. Fitch Investors Service

7. bond trustee

8. Treasury real yield curve

9. lost instrument bond

10. Cap

11. straight bond

12. obligor

13. dual currency bond

14. class

15. Collateralized Mortgage Obligation

16. fixed income equivalent

17. absolute priority rule

18. housing bond

19. debt financing

20. bull and bear bonds

21. construction loan note

22. hurricane bond

23. conversion parity price

24. dollar duration

25. reverse convertible bond

26. domestic bond

27. U.S. Treasury Bill

28. Treasury Bill

29. Jakarta Stock Exchange (JSE)

30. total return swap

31. call protection

32. Credit Risk

33. equity linked Eurobond

34. bond floor

35. limited tax bond

36. imputed interest rate

37. outside financing

38. Registered bond

39. Market Basket

40. liquidity premium

41. bearer

42. chastity bond

43. MTA Index

44. trust-preferred security

45. dual currency swap

46. depository trust and clearing corporation

47. on-the-run Treasuries

48. certificate

49. airbag swap

50. coupon bond

51. arbitrage bond

52. calculation agent

53. global bond

54. bond market

55. Emerging Markets Bond Index (EMBI)

56. Callable

57. average duration

58. value

59. assumed bond

60. SEC filing

61. conditional call option

62. convertible subordinate note

63. International Swaps and Derivatives Association

64. Euro straight

65. registered coupon bond

66. face-amount certificate

67. Euroyen bond

68. riskless asset

69. CUSIP number

70. chart

71. Current yield

72. Canadian Originated Preferred Securities (COPrS)

73. Eurodollar bond

74. shelf registration

75. high-premium convertible debenture

76. Baccalaureate bond

77. participating GIC

78. Fallen Angel

79. Level 3 asset

80. Negative yield curve

81. interest rate risk

82. installment bond

83. maturity basis

84. National Market System

85. day count convention

86. spot yield curve

87. CUSIP

88. interest-bearing

89. Notice of Sale

90. Commercial Paper

91. Convertible

92. commercial mortgage-backed security

93. U.S. Government Agency Security

94. repayment terms

95. irredeemable bond

96. public bond

97. Law Of One Price

98. bonded debt

99. bond price elasticity

100. mortgage pass-through security

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Definition / Meaning of

Jumbo CD

Categories: Banking,

Jumbo CDs are large-denomination certificates of deposit with balances of at least $100,000, and sometimes $1 million or more. They tend to pay higher rates than smaller CDs and are purchased primarily by institutional investors. However, they're increasingly marketed to individual investors as low-risk, fixed-income assets. Jumbo CDs may be negotiable or non-negotiable. Negotiable CDs may be traded in the secondary market and are often issued in bearer form, which means that physical possession of the paper document is the sole proof of ownership. The banks that sell bearer CDs keep no records of ownership.Non-negotiable Jumbo CDs, like conventional CDs, remain on deposit in the bank that issued them and are held in the name of the purchaser. These Jumbo CDs, like other bank deposits, are FDIC insured, up to $100,000 per depositor in different categories of taxable accounts in each bank and up to $250,000 if they are held in self-directed retirement accounts, such as individual retirement accounts (IRAs).

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