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    In my view, this would be a good opportunity to sell GRPN stock into a rally that's ...
  2. PGX: PowerShares Preferred ETF

    Read an in-depth analysis of the PowerShares Preferred ETF, a preferred share-based ...
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    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 ...
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    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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