Bonds trade at a premium or discount based on the interest rate demanded by the markets for that specific maturity, credit quality, and details vs. the rate demanded at the time of issue. - Example: Trading at a Discount - For example, the 4.5% US Government bond maturity 02/15/16 is currently trading at a discount. At issuance, you could buy this bond for $100.00 and receive $4.50 every year in interest. However, interest rates are higher today than they were when the bond was issued (currently 4.85% for this maturity/credit quality). Therefore, to receive 4.85% in interest, you must pay less than 100 for the bond you would have paid at issuance. The reverse is true for bonds trading at a premium. If the interest rate had fallen to 4.00%, you would be willing to pay more than 100.00 for the bond.
When the coupon rate (the contractual periodical "interest" payments) are lower than the yield (the market required return) the bond will be in discount. This discount makes up for the low value of the coupons.
when interest rates in the general market fall. This makes the interest rate on the bond relatively more attractive.
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Californium make ionic bonds.
You'd have to pay to upgrade your account to a premium one. Otherwise, it makes sense. Minecraft classic is not the premium version.
Its intermolecular bonds.
bonds i think
Fishy Delishy makes the most bonds! It's actually true just ask Heinz!
"Molecular Bonds"? They don't. Your question makes no sense.
Carbon makes 4 bonds.
A trade discount is a discount that a manufacturer or wholesaler makes to the retail price of a product when selling to a reseller. A cash discount is a reduction made to the invoice if the buyer pays the invoice prior to a set date.
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No, generally, covalent bonds are not good conductors of electricity.
that is the insurance premium (can be monthly, quarterly, semi-annual or annual premium).
In each covalent molecule, the bonds between the atoms are strong but the bonds between molecules are usually weak. This makes many solid materials with covalent bonds brittle
A covalent bond does not have oxygen in it but ionic bonds do and because Boron cannot join with oxygen it can only make covalent bonds hope that helps =)
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So to answer your question, substances with standard ionic bonds seem to be weaker than those with covalent bonds because the covalent bonds tend to form a lattice structure, that makes them much stronger.
colvanet is the answer