Zero Coupon Bonds

What are Zero Coupon Bonds?

Zero-coupon bonds are bonds that do not make periodic interest payments. You buy the bond at a steeply discounted price and receive one payment at maturity. The payment is equal to the principal you invested plus the accumulated interest earned (compounded annually to maturity).


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