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Find out how callable bonds are different from regular bonds and what benefits they have for investors.
A convertible bond is a bond the investor can exchange for a specific amount of company stock at a later date. It combines a bond and a call option. The bondholder can benefit if there's an increase in the stock's value. The amount of stock that a bondholder can acquire is subject to a pre-determined formula.
A zero-coupon bond or ‘no coupon’ bond is one that does not disburse regular interest payments. Instead, the investor buys the bond at a steep discount price; that is, at a price lower than its face value. When the bond matures, the investor receives the principal amount or face value. Common zero-coupon instruments include U.S.
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