The call premium is a equal to the par value but paid

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Chapter 20 / Exercise 20.1
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53.The call premium is: A. Equal to the par value but paid prior to maturity.B. Additional compensation paid to a bondholder in exchange for an early redemption.C. The 'thou shalts' that must be met prior to the payment of the face value at maturity.D. The additional principal paid when a bond is granted an investment grade rating.E. The same as the face value but paid prior to maturity.
54.The limitations within a bond indenture agreement that prohibit certain actions by a firm are called:
55.Junk bonds are:
56.A bond that pays no separate interest payments is called a(n):
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57.A floating-rate bond by definition has a: A. Principal amount that varies with the inflation rate.B. Principal amount that varies with the time to maturity.C. Coupon payment that varies with an interest rate index.D. Coupon payment that varies with the time to maturity.E. Coupon payment that varies with the amount of debt outstanding.
58.The Fisher effect defines the relationship between:
59.The annual coupon of a bond divided by its face value is called the bond's:
60.The form of bond issue in which the bond is issued without record of the owner's name, with relevant payments made directly to whomever physically holds the bond, is called the _____ form.
61.The price a dealer is willing to pay for a security held by an investor is called the: A. Equilibrium price.B. Ask price.C. Bid price.D. Bid-ask spread.E. Auction price.
62.The price a dealer is willing to accept for selling a security to an investor is called the:

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