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variable income security

The one which rate of return is determined by market and hence the returns continuously changes with the market dynamics. (source: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_common_stock_called_Variable_income_securities#slide3)

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treasury bill [t-bill]

Short-term (usually less than one year, typically three months) maturity promissory note issued by a national (federal) government as a primary instrument for regulating money

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transferable securities

Transferable securities are financial instruments that can be readily exchanged between two parties. Some, such as the Securities Institute of America, say that an asset

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sustainable bonds

Emissions of socially responsible bonds are used to finance projects that generate positive environmental or social impact.

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subscription right

The right of current shareholders to maintain their fractional ownership of a company by buying a proportional number of shares of any future issue of

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subordinate bond

A class of bond that, in the event of liquidation, is prioritized lower than other classes of bonds. For example, a subordinate bond may be

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structured deposit

In banking terminology, the term structured deposit refers to a type of financial account with funds placed into conventional fixed deposits with an investment on

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security

A security is a tradable financial asset. The term commonly refers to any form of financial instrument, but its legal definition varies by jurisdiction. In

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securities

A financing or investment instrument issued by a company or government agency that denotes an ownership interest and provides evidence of a debt, a right

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securitisation

The creation and issuance of tradable securities, such as bonds, that are backed by the income generated by an asset, a loan, a public works

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