Bonds are debt instruments which are also known as fixed-income securities. These instruments may provide a potential yield that is at least equivalent or higher than the prevailing inflation rate, through the fixed rate of interest the bond issuer pays through the life of the bond. The principal value of the bond is repaid at its maturity or when the bond is called by the issuer.
Bonds can be sold in the primary or secondary market. They may be of the sovereign or high-grade corporate variety, issued by governments or corporate entities. Singapore Government Securities (SGS) is an example of a government-issued bond.
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