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Zero-coupon bond

Zero-coupon bond Definition

A Municipal, corporate, or Treasury bond that pays no annual interest over the life of the bond, are offered at a deep discount to par value and are redeemed at full value upon maturity. The interest accrues within the bond itself, and an investor’s return on investment comes when redeeming the bond at its face value. Also called zeros or deep discount bonds.

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