Consol

A type of bond that has an infinite life but is not issued in the U.S. capital markets.
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Consol

A bond that never matures; a perpetuity in the form of a bond.
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Consol

Con·sol' noun A consolidated annuity (see Consols ); -- chiefly in combination or attributively.
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Consol

• (n.) A consolidated annuity (see Consols); -- chiefly in combination or attributively.
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consol

(from the article `government budget`) Public debt ranges in maturity downward from infinity to periods of a month or even a few days. Debt instruments without a maturity date, requiring ... ...of the annuity certain is the perpetuity, which is an annuity that continues forever. Perhaps the best-known example of a perpetuity is the ... ...
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Consol

Often used in Great Britain, a bond issued by the government that has no maturity. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Consol

[bond] Consol (originally short for consolidated annuities, but can now be taken to mean consolidated stock) is a form of British government bond (gilt), dating originally from the 18th century. The first consols were originally issued in 1751. Consols are one of the rare examples of an actual perpetual bond: although they may be redeemed b...
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Consol

The mean of all financial analysts' forecasts for a company.
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