Face value

Just like it sounds: The value a bond has printed on its face, usually $1,000. Also known as par value

Face value

The face value is the value of a coin, stamp or paper money, as printed on the coin, stamp or bill itself by the minting authority. While the face value usually refers to the true value of the coin, stamp or bill in question (as with circulation coins) it can sometimes be largely symbolic, as is often the case with bullion coins. For example, a on...
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Face Value

- Amount due at maturity from a BOND or note.
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face value

[n] - the apparent worth as opposed to the real worth
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face value

noun the apparent worth as opposed to the real worth
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Face Value

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FACE VALUE

A term used in Forfaiting to mean the total value of future cash flows due under a payment instrument such as a Bill of Exchange or Promissory Note. Usually means the total of principal and interest.
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face value

Face value typically refers to the value of a coin, bill, bullion coin, or stamp as printed on its face by the minting authorities of the particular country. In some instances, the face value is largely symbolic. On the other hand, it may also refer to the nominal value of security as specified by the issuing body. The face value of stocks is their...
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Face Value

Face value, or par value, is the dollar value of a bond or note, generally $1,000. That is the amoun
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Face Value

n. Original cost of a share of stock which is shown on the certificate. Also referred to as "par value."
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face value

Nominal value on the face of a certificate or bond; market value is often very different from face value.
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face value

Refers to the value of a piece of currency; the denomination multiple that appears on the note or coin.
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Face value

See Par value
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Face Value

See: face amount
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Face value

See: Par value
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Face value

See: Par value.
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Face Value

Sometimes referred to as 'par value'; the maturity value of a bond as stated on the certificate. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Face Value

The cash denomination of the individual debt instrument. It is the amount of money that the holder of a debt instrument receives back from the issuer on the debt instrument's maturity date. Face value is also referred to as par value or principal.
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FACE VALUE

The legal monetary value stamped on a coin. See symbolic face value.
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Face value

The legal monetary value stamped on a coin. See symbolic face value.
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Face Value

The nominal value given to legal tender coin or currency (for example a 1-oz. Gold American Eagle coin has a face value of $50, but will always be bought and sold at a price close to the market price of 1 ounce of gold).
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Face Value

The nominal value given to legal tender coin or currency (for example a 1-oz. Gold American Eagle coin has a face value of $50, but will always be bought and sold at a price close to the market price of 1 ounce of gold).
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Face value

The nominal value of a security, shown on the face of a certificate....more on Face value
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Face value

The numerical value of a card.
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face value

The ordinary monetary worth of a coin or note at the time of issue.
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