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What are bonds?


Governements and corporations often have to borrow money from the markets to finance products or expansion plans. 


Instead of taking a loan, they issue bonds, called debt securities, which can also be traded between different parties.


Bonds differ from shares in that they pay interest and do not grant a stake in the issuing organisation.



What moves a bond?

Political and economic uncertainty


Global interest rate changes

Natural disasters

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