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Negative Bond Yield

When an investor receives less money than the bond's original purchase price at maturity. A negative bond yield is a n unusual circumstance in which debt issuers are compensated for borrowing money. In other words, rather than receiving a return through interest income, the depositors or bond buyers are in fact paying the bond issuer a net amount at maturity.

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