|Amount of First Coupon Per $100 Face Value||
Amount paid on the First-Coupon Date (
|Bank Eligibility Date at Time of Issue||
Bank eligibility date at the time of issue. Contractual earliest date security was to become bank eligible. A security is bank eligible if a bank may own it. Some 2½%’s and 2¼%’s issued during and immediately after WWII had limited negotiability because of prohibitions and restrictions on bank ownership.
All remaining restrictions were removed on January 1, 1955. The last bank eligible CRSPID in the file is dated November 15, 1945 and matured on December 15, 1972.
||Annual rate of interest stated on the face of a note, bond, or other fixed income issue expressed as a percent.||CoupRate|
CRSP-Assigned Unique ID
YYYYMMDD = Maturity Year, Month, and Day (
T = Type of Issue (
CCCC = Integer part of Coupon Rate (
E = Uniqueness Number (
For example, 19850515.504250 identifies a 4¼% callable bond which matures on May 15, 1985.
|Date Dated by Treasury||
Coupon issues accrue interest beginning on the dated date. This may result in a modified first coupon payment if the dated date is not a regular interest payment date.
|First Coupon Payment Date||
The first coupon payment date. Its flag,
|First Coupon Payment Date Flag||
Valid values are:
-1 = Estimated Date
0 = Not Applicable
1 = Verified from the Treasury Offering Circular
|First Eligible Call Date||
First eligible call date at time of issue. All interest payment dates beginning with the tfcaldt are possible call dates.
|Foreign Target Equivalent Flag||
||Reserved for future use||FgnTgt|
|Maturity Date at Time of Issue||
||The maturity date at the time of issue for all securities except for the consol bond, which is set to 20990401.||Maturity|
|Notice Required on Callable Issues||
0 = No notice required or not callable
3 = 3 months notice
4 = 4 months notice
6 = 6 months notice
|Number of Interest Payments Per Year||
0 = Treasury bill or certificate paying interest only at maturity
2 = Semi-annual interest
4 = Quarterly interest
All interest-bearing negotiable Treasury securities issued since the beginning of WWI have paid interest semi-annually. The last outstanding issue that paid interest quarterly was the Panama Canal Loan 3%’s due June 1, 1961.
|Payment of Estate Tax Code||
1 = No special status.
2 = Acceptable at par and accrued interest if owned by decedent at time of death: a flower bond.
3 = Acceptable at par and accrued interest if owned by decedent during entire 6 month period preceding death: a flower bond.
|Reason for End of Data||
0 = Still quoted on last update of file.
1 = Matured
2 = Called for redemption
3 = All exchanged
4 = Sources no longer quote issue
|Taxability of Interest||
1 = Fully taxable for federal income tax purposes.
2 = Partially tax exempt, i.e. interest of first $3000 of bonds of this class, at par value, exempt from tax subject to surtax but not to normal tax.
3 = Wholly tax exempt.
The Committee on Uniform Security Identification Procedures began assigning
|Type of Issue||
1 = Noncallable bond
2 = Noncallable note
3 = Certificate of indebtedness
4 = Treasury Bill
5 = Callable bond
6 = Callable note
7 = Tax Anticipation Certificate of Indebtedness
8 = Tax Anticipation Bill
9 = Other, flags issues with unusual provisions
10= Reserved for future use
11= Inflation-Adjusted Bonds
12= Inflation-Adjusted Notes
Uniqueness number assigned to
|Year and Month of First Call Notice||