The Coupon Rate is a bond’s annual interest
payment as a percentage of the bond’s par value.
The coupon is a periodic cash flow that is paid
by the issuer to the holder of the bond at set
periods (usually annually or every 6 months).
It can be thought of as a fixed interest payment.
The Par Value or Face Value is the amount of money that the borrower must repay at the bond's
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