Bond Prices

Bond Prices,

What is Bond Prices?

  1. Visionization in the Securities Database with the following information: Term, current value of the security, current reference, current year maximum and minimum prices. Current prices can be found in price bonds (trading).

Literal Meanings of Bond Prices


Meanings of Bond:
  1. Safe adhesion or binding to something else, especially using adhesive, heat or pressure.

  2. Connect or connect with chemical restrictions.

  3. Place (stones) in an overlapping pattern to form a strong structure.

  4. Storage (taxable goods)

  5. Relationships between people or groups based on shared feelings, interests or experiences.

  6. A contact between two surfaces or objects that is joined by a special adhesive, heat or pressure.

  7. Agreement with the power of law.

  8. The model in which bricks are placed to guarantee the strength of the resulting structure.

  9. Summary for Bond Paper

Sentences of Bond
  1. Press content to join layers

  2. Neutral molecules are attached to the central nucleus

  3. The strong spread was in the shape of a drum and was made of woven stone with horizontal layers of red tiles.

  4. Assets may need to be sold or consolidated to provide liquidity to pay this tax.

  5. There is a relationship of understanding between them

  6. There is no effective relationship between concrete and steel

Synonyms of Bond

affix, cement, avowal, partnership, stick, join, relationship, fix, glue, gum, fuse, solemn word, alliance, word of honour, connect, bind, fasten, coalition, association, promise, vow, solder, paste, secure, weld, fellowship, friendship, assurance, pledge


Meanings of Prices:
  1. Set the required payment amount (something to sell).

  2. Find out or quote (sell something).

  3. An amount of money that is expected, needed, or paid for.

  4. An unwanted experience or action that is encountered or committed as a condition of achieving a goal.

Sentences of Prices
  1. The watch costs 55 55

  2. He thought it was a simple cabin, although many of the things he had acquired over the years were so expensive that many people would breathe a sigh of relief.

  3. This land can be sold at a higher price

  4. The value of your success is debated throughout the day

Synonyms of Prices

levy, total, assess, asking price, terms, value, selling price, figure, fare, penalty, evaluate, toll, rate, charge, set the price of, estimate, cost, amount, sacrifice, appraise, fix the price of, put a price on, assay, consequence, fee, result, forfeit, payment, forfeiture, sum