What is Bond market?
Bond market definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
something that binds, fastens, confines, or holds together.
a cord, rope, band, or ligament.
something that binds a person or persons to a certain circumstance or line of behavior: the bond of matrimony.
something, as an agreement or friendship, that unites individuals or peoples into a group; covenant: the bond between nations.
binding security; firm assurance: My word is my bond.
a sealed instrument under which a person, corporation, or government guarantees to pay a stated sum of money on or before a specified day.
any written obligation under seal.
Law. a written promise of a surety.
Government. the state of dutiable goods stored without payment of duties or taxes until withdrawn: goods in bond.
Also called bonded whiskey. a whiskey that has been aged at least four years in a bonded warehouse before bottling.
Finance. a certificate of ownership of a specified portion of a debt due to be paid by a government or corporation to an individual holder and usually bearing a fixed rate of interest.
Insurance. a surety agreement. the money deposited, or the promissory arrangement entered into, under any such agreement.
a substance that causes particles to adhere; binder.
adhesion between two substances or objects, as concrete and reinforcing strands.
Also called chemical bond. Chemistry. the attraction between atoms in a molecule or crystalline structure.Compare coordinate bond, covalent bond, hydrogen bond, ionic bond, metallic bond.
Masonry. any of various arrangements of bricks, stones, etc., having a regular pattern and intended to increase the strength or enhance the appearance of a construction. the overlap of bricks, stones, etc., in a construction so as to increase its strength.
Electricity. an electric conductor placed between adjacent metal parts within a structure, as in a railroad track, aircraft, or house, to prevent the accumulation of static electricity.
verb (used with object)
to put (goods, an employee, official, etc.) on or under bond: The company refused to bond a former criminal.
to connect or bind.
Finance. to place a bonded debt on or secure a debt by bonds; mortgage.
to join (two materials).
Masonry. to lay (bricks, stones, etc.) so as to produce a strong construction.
Electricity. to provide with a bond: to bond a railroad track.
to establish a close emotional relationship to or with (another): the special period when a mother bonds to her infant.
verb (used without object)
to hold together or cohere, from or as from being bonded, as bricks in a wall or particles in a mass.
Psychology, Animal Behavior. to establish a bonding.