Double Barreled.

A double-barreled bond is a municipal bond that features two repayment streams. The first stream is typically backed by the full faith and credit of the issuing municipality, while the second stream is typically backed by specific revenue sources. Double-barreled bonds are often used to finance projects that generate revenue, such as parking garages or toll roads.

Can Treasury bonds be called? Municipal bonds are issued by state and local governments to finance capital projects, such as the construction of roads, bridges, and schools. The bonds are typically issued with maturities of 10 to 30 years and are backed by the full faith and credit of the issuing government. Unlike corporate bonds, which can be called by the issuer prior to maturity, municipal bonds are not typically subject to call provisions. This means that investors can expect to receive their full principal investment plus interest payments at maturity. Which best describes municipal bonds priced at par? Municipal bonds that are priced at par are bonds that are being offered for sale at their face value. This means that the bonds are being offered for sale at the price that the issuer will pay back to the bondholder at the bond's maturity date.

How are muni bonds quoted? Municipal bonds are typically quoted in terms of yield, which is the percentage of the bond's face value that the bondholder will receive in interest payments each year. The yield is calculated by taking into account the bond's interest rate, the length of time until the bond matures, and the bond's purchase price. For example, a bond with a 5% interest rate that matures in 10 years and is purchased for $100 will have a yield of 5%. Who regulates muni bonds? Municipal bonds are regulated by the SEC. What is an accrual type security? An accrual type security is a type of municipal bond where the interest payments are made at regular intervals, but the principal is not repaid until the maturity date. This type of security is often used by municipalities to finance long-term projects, such as infrastructure improvements.