A Bond is a fixed income instrument, which represents a loan made to a government or corporation. Bonds traditionally pay a fixed or variable interest rate to debtholders, which makes it a less volatile investment. All Bonds have a maturity date, this is the end date of the loan when the principal amount must be paid back in full.
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