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Investment Dictionary - Zero-coupon bond

This type of bond matures at it's face value, is sold at a deep discount to it's face value and pays no coupons. The key advantage of this type of bond is that there is no reinvestment risk, although there is the draw back of not being able to benefit from a rise in market interest rates.














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