A value, at which a bond is issued and repaid. E.g., AMD 100,000
E.g., 50,000 bonds
The face value of bonds multiplied by their quantity. E.g., 100,000*50,000 = AMD 5,000,000,000
A period, for which bonds are issued. E.g., 27 months
The interest rate of the bond. E.g., 9% per annum
The interest paid to the investor, calculated based on the face value of the bond. E.g., 100,000*9% = AMD 9,000
Frequency of coupon payments.
- Market yield/interest rate
An interest rate, a change of which affects the price of bonds. During the placement, the market rate is equal to the coupon rate of the bond, i.e. within the period when bonds are sold at the face value.