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guaranteed bond

noun [C]
 
 
( also guaranty bond) FINANCE
a bond whose interest payments another organization promises to pay if the person or organization that originally borrowed the money is unable to: Guaranteed bonds have a better rating than similar unguaranteed issues as there is no risk of non-payment.
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