Canada Savings Bond - CSB

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DEFINITION of 'Canada Savings Bond - CSB'

A financial product issued by the Bank of Canada. It offers a competitive rate of interest and guarantees a minimum interest rate.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Canada Savings Bond - CSB'

Canada Savings Bonds have both regular and compound interest features and are redeemable at any time.

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