Consols

• (n. pl. ) The leading British funded government security.
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Consols

Con'sols noun plural [ A contraction of consol idated (annuities).] The leading British funded government security. » A considerable part of the public debt of Great Britian, which had been contracted in the form of annuities yielding various rates of interest, was, in 1757, consolidated into...
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Consols

Consols are British bonds that have no specified maturity date and pay a coupon forever.
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consols

consols, contraction of consolidated annuities, a bond issue designed to consolidate two or more outstanding issues, used in reference to British government stock. Public borrowing began in England with the establishment of the Bank of England and the national debt (1693–94), and the growth of...
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Consols

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