junk bond

NOUN
  1. a (speculative) bond with a credit rating of BB or lower; issued for leveraged buyouts and other takeovers by companies with questionable credit
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How To Use junk bond In A Sentence

  • By then junk bonds were 25 percent of the corporate bond market.
  • Junk bonds or high yield bonds are securities issued by companies that aren't in the best of health.
  • They also foresee a significant risk that companies will not be able to refinance junk bonds maturing over the next three years when a glut of exceptionally low-quality debt comes due.
  • Demand for junk bonds has been strong because investors continue to pour cash into corporate bond funds.
  • Demand for junk bonds has been strong because investors continue to pour cash into corporate bond funds.
  • Investors with large holdings of junk bonds took large losses. Principles of Corporate Finance
  • By then junk bonds were 25 percent of the corporate bond market.
  • Junk bonds were used to finance leveraged buyouts and takeovers, with the aim of extracting value from existing bondholders and shareholders.
  • Demand for junk bonds has been strong because investors continue to pour cash into corporate bond funds.
  • Junk bonds were used to finance leveraged buyouts and takeovers, with the aim of extracting value from existing bondholders and shareholders.
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