I bonds

The financial definition for I bonds:

Treasury savings bonds with a 30-year maturity indexed to account for inflation.

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Additional bonds test

Additional bonds test
A test for ensuring that bond issuers can meet the debt service requirements of issuing any new additional bonds.

Arbitrage bonds

Arbitrage bonds
Municipality issued bonds issued intended to gain an interest rate advantage by refunding a higher-rate bond in ahead of their call date. Lower-rate refunding issue proceeds are invested in Treasuries until the first call date of the higher-rate issue.

Bonds Enabling Annual Retirement Savings (BEARS)

Bonds Enabling Annual Retirement Savings (BEARS)
Holders of BEARS receive the face value of bonds underlying call option, which are exercised by CUBS (an acronym for Calls Underwritten by Swanbrook). If the calls are exercised by CUBS, BEARS holders receive the total of the exercise price.

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