bullet bond

bullet bond
/'bυlɪt bɒnd/ noun US
a eurobond which is only redeemed when it is mature
(NOTE: Bullet bonds are used in payments between central banks and also act as currency backing.)

Dictionary of banking and finance. 2015.

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