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Bond Prices, Interest rates, Demand for bonds

Let's imagine Watch that usually sells for \$50. Say, as a results of external factors, the price of the watch drops to \$30. Can we say that the "demand" for the watch increased? In a sense ...
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Bond Prices, Interest rates, Demand for bonds

No it’s not contradictory, your mistake is that you claim bond is interest bearing asset but that is not generally true. Standard bond has a fixed face value and coupon rate which does not correspond ...
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