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Financial terms in "Bonds and Treasuries"

1. Round Lot

2. eligible paper

3. consolidated mortgage bond

4. Positive yield curve

5. Coupon rate

6. Cap

7. call risk

8. wt

9. anticipation note

10. dual currency swap

11. corporate bond equivalent

12. first call date

13. T-Bill

14. Derivative

15. absolute rate

16. Gold Reserve

17. dollar price

18. optional call

19. rate anticipation swap

20. corpus

21. muni fund

22. distribution date

23. Z-spread

24. amortizing security

25. Federal National Mortgage Association

26. asked price

27. common stock equivalent

28. CFO

29. MBIA

30. external financing

31. bond index

32. current maturity

33. issue date

34. conversion premium

35. cash equivalents

36. CoCo Bonds

37. Canadian Originated Preferred Securities (COPrS)

38. BB rating

39. in arrears

40. limitation on sale-and-leaseback

41. unlimited risk

42. high-yield bond spread

43. fixed maturity plan

44. fixed-income style box

45. liquidity premium

46. certificates of accrual on treasury securities (CATS)

47. cabinet security

48. Registered bond

49. certificate of accrual on treasury securities

50. self-supporting bond

51. equity premium puzzle (EPP)

52. Bolsa Mexicana De Valores

53. corporate equivalent yield

54. FHLMC

55. industrial development revenue bonds (IDRBs)

56. project completion restriction

57. called bond

58. make-whole call provision

59. bond dividend

60. Unsecured bond

61. Credit Analysis

62. Emerging Markets Bond Index (EMBI)

63. municipal bond market

64. collateral trust certificate

65. capital budgeting

66. Margin of safety

67. capital market

68. hurricane bond

69. conversion value

70. municipal note

71. asset-backed security

72. blanket bond

73. spot rate Treasury curve

74. allocation

75. Euro straight

76. blanket position bond

77. above par

78. Premium

79. bond calendar

80. nob spread

81. Dutch Auction

82. Fitch Ratings

83. European Covered Bond Council (ECBC)

84. index-linked savings certificate

85. Guaranteed Investment Contract

86. Association of International Bond Dealers (AIBD)

87. leveraged loan

88. bond anticipation note

89. option-adjusted yield

90. perpetual floating-rate note

91. dollar bond index linked securities (dollar BILS)

92. continuously offered longer-term securities (COLTS)

93. Registrar

94. blend fund

95. MBS pool number

96. bank-eligible issues

97. shadow rating

98. bond certificate

99. Callable

100. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation

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Highest And Best Use

Categories: Real Estate,

Key appraisal and zoning principle employed in valuing any parcel of land or property. Since the value of a property and its use are closely linked, its highest and best use is that which results in the highest present value, and brings in the greatest net return over a given period or the foreseeable future - within the applicable constraints. The value of, and return on, a property are related to its surrounding environment so its use has to be consistent with the neighboring land use. Because a property's value is influenced by the local competitive and political forces, the timing of the property development is another critical factor. And, especially in metropolitan areas, where a property can be put to several different uses, its combination of uses is very important. A highest and best use appraisal must take these four factors into consideration: (1) legal permissibility, (2) physical possibility, (3) financial feasibility, and (4) maximum productive use. However, even the most detailed appraisal is simply a considered opinion of an appraiser, not the final word.

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