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fixed income security
according to (1) Collateral: whether the bond is fully
by a specific
that can be sold by the
to satisfy a
(see secure bond), or is secured only by the issuer's
(see debenture). (2) Convertibility: whether the bond can be exchanged for other
of the issuing
at a future date (see convertible bond). (3) Maturity: whether the bond has one
or several, and how long is the
period: longer the
, greater the
and higher the
. (4) Price: whether the bond is sold
method: whether it is a bearer-bond or a
net present val...
net fixed asset...
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