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An investment bond on which interest is paid by presenting coupons.
- ‘Our sample includes only pure discount and coupon bonds whose prices are not perturbed by any optionalities such as prepayment options.’
- ‘The proceeds from selling the low coupon bonds and the strips left over from creating the coupon bond should exceed the amount paid for the high coupon bond.’
- ‘To compute the price of a coupon bond in terms of its stripped components, the prices of each payment were estimated using the term structure of observed bid yields for strips.’
- ‘Efficient capital markets imply that the price of a coupon bond should not differ from the value of a package of cash flow components that replicates the coupon bond.’
- ‘This portfolio anticipates a volatile market environment with price swings in every asset class except the short-term zero coupon bond fund.’
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