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  2. Simple Math for Fixed-Coupon Corporate Bonds

    A guide to help to understand the simple math behind fixed-coupon corporate bonds.
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    The universe of corporate high yield bonds encompasses multiple different types and ...
  5. How Groupon Makes Money (GRPN)

    Find out how Groupon makes money, including a rundown of how Groupon works and what ...
  6. Using Excel PV Function to compute Bonds PV

    To determine the value of a bond today - for a fixed principal (par value) to be ...
  1. PGX: PowerShares Preferred ETF

    Read an in-depth analysis of the PowerShares Preferred ETF, a preferred share-based ...
  2. How Groupon Makes Money (GRPN)

    Find out how Groupon makes money, including a rundown of how Groupon works and what ...
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    RetailMeNot (Nasdaq:SALE) went public July 18 at $21 per share. In its first day ...
  1. Who do hedge funds lend money to?

    Discover the various entities that hedge funds are lending to, and the reasons why these hedge funds have been providing ...
  2. What is the correlation between a coupon rate and the convexity of a given bond?

    Read about the relationship between the coupon rate of a bond, its yield and its convexity, and why zero-coupon bonds tend ...
  3. How can I calculate a bond's coupon rate in Excel?

    Find out how to use Microsoft Excel to calculate the coupon rate of a bond using its par value and the amount and frequency ...
  4. How do interest rates affect a bond's coupon rate?

    Find out how the changes in the national interest rate affect the coupon rates of newly issued bonds and why coupon rates ...
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