Bond markets and legal aspects of bonds. For government debt use the tag "government debt" unless the fact the the debt is in the form of bonds has significance.

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Basic economics question, what is the relationship among prime rate, US treasureary bond price and its rate? [on hold]

what is the relationship among prime rate, US treasureary bond price and its rate? And how is it affected the US treasureary bond price and its rate if Fed raise the prime rate? Thanks a lot
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What is the difference between present value and face value?

What is the difference between present value and face value? When I search this question on Google is says they're the same in some cases and different in others. It says they are the same when the ...
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How did downgrading bonds contribute to Greek crisis?

According to an article I read, one of the steps that was used to contribute to the Greek downfall was that bankers downgraded the bonds of the country. This immediately makes the interest rates ...
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Regulatory differences between stocks and bonds

If you buy stocks of a company you are buying a share in that business. If you buy bonds from the same company you are essentially loaning them money for future payment. I am guessing (correct me if ...
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Government bonds - the most simple example

I would like to have an example of a common case of buying government bonds. (Wikipedia: it is issued generally with a promise to pay periodic interest payments and to repay the face value on the ...