amount over par
index premium (excess value)

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  • premium — pre·mi·um / prē mē əm/ n 1: the difference between the face value or par value of a security and its market price when the latter is greater compare discount 2: the price paid for an insurance contract equal to the cost per unit times the number… …   Law dictionary

  • premium — n. 1. Reward, recompense, remuneration, meed, guerdon, encouragement, douceur, bounty, prize, bonus. 2. Annual rate (of insurance), yearly payment. 3. Rate above par, amount over par, enhancement, appreciation …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • call premium — noun The amount over par value an issuer must pay to redeem a callable bond on a call date …   Wiktionary

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