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Risk-free bond

Risk-free bond Definition

A risk-free bond is a theoretical instrument that pays out principal (plus interest, if any) in a given length of time with absolute certainty. In practice, U.S. Treasury Bonds are treated as a risk-free bond, even though U.S. Treasury investors do face a negligible amount of credit risk.

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