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Investing - Unit 6

Investing - Bonds

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Similar to an I.O.U. When you buy a bond, you make a loan to a government or a corporation in return for promised repayment at a specified rate of interest. Bond
A bond that pays out interest at fixed intervals (usually six months) over the time the bond is held by the investor. Coupon Bond
The price an investor pays for a bond (also called Par Value or Principal) Face Value
An investment in which the amount of income an investor receives is set, or fixed, by the issuer. Fixed Income Security
The entity (government or corporation) that writes the bond purchased by investors. Issuer
The date at which the bond matures and the final payment is made to the investor. Maturity Date
A bond issued by state or local governments. Municipal Bond
The interest payment on a coupon bond. Coupon
THe price an investor pays for a bond (also called face value or principal) Par Value
The initial cost of the bond (also known as the par value or face value of the bond) Principal
A bond whose purchase price is below face value. One payment is made at maturity that includes the principal plus accumulated interest. Zero-Coupon Bond
Created by: mryan396