Bond issued at a discount which accrues interest that is paid in full at maturity.

A bond that pays no interest. The bond is initially offered at a discount to its redemption value.

A type of debt security that does not pay periodic interest. Zero coupon securities are bought and sold at prices that are less than the par value of the securities. The discount, or difference between the principal paid to purchase the security and the principal returned at maturity, constitutes the investor's return.

A zero coupon bond which does not pay interest but it is instead issued at a discount to its face value.... more on: Zero coupon bond

A bond that is originally issued at a deep discount from its par or face amount and which bears no current interest. The bond is bought at a discount price which implies a stated rate of return calculated on the basis of the bond being payable at par at maturity. See: “Capital Appreciation Bond.

a bond that is issued at a deep discount from its value at maturity and pays no interest during the life of the bond

a bond paying no coupon at all during its life

a bond that pays a fixed par amount at maturity t and no coupons prior to this period

a bond with no periodic coupon interest payments

a corporate bond that makes no periodic interest payments, but is sold at a deep discount from face value

Is a security which the interest and/or principal has been discounted to be offered at less than the stipulated principal or coupon amount due at maturity or early option payment. These securities effectively behave like treasury bills or other paper offered at an original discount. Zero coupon bonds can have conversion factors and other features implicitly embedded or explicitly stated.

A bond which pays no interest through its life.

A single-payment bond that grows to its face value over a prescribed time period at a specified interest rate. All interim compound interest is tax-deferred until the bond is cashed.

Such a debt security pays an investor no interest. It is sold at a discount to its face price and matures in one year or longer.

Zero coupon bonds are bonds which do not pay periodic interest payments, or so-called "coupons". Zero coupon bonds are purchased at a discount from their value at maturity. The holder of a zero coupon bond is entitled to receive a single payment, usually of a specified sum of money at a specified time in the future.