Bond Market


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Bond Market

The supply and demand for the buying and selling of bonds. The bond market involves both government and corporate bonds in both the primary market (the first sale at issue) and the secondary market (all subsequent sales). Most transactions involving bonds occur over-the-counter. Bond prices both affect and are affected by the current state of the stock market.
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