Debt Security

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A debt financial instrument which issued with a promise of being repaid on a specific date at a certain rate of interest, is termed as a debt security. Some examples of debt securities are bonds, commercial paper and treasury bills. A debt security can be sold or bought between two parties with some defined terms, including the interest rate, the principal amount, maturity and renewal date.

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