Bonds (Fixed Income)

A bond is a debt instrument issued usually by a Government or a Corporation at Face Value, also known as Par Value. The buyer of the bond is paid interest, the Coupon Rate, usually semi-annually – this is the buyer's return or yield on the bond. Upon maturity, the buyer of the bond is repaid their original investment at face value or par.

Purchase Example

An investor purchases $50,000 in Government of Canada bonds that mature in 5 years. The buyer is paid semi-annual interest payments over the course of those 5 years and then redeems the bonds' full face value of $50,000 when the bonds mature. Coupon payments (or interest payments) vary.

Yield on ten-year government bonds of selected countries worldwide as of November 2015

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