Zero coupon bond: what it is – Dictionary of Economics

Bond that does not have periodic payment of interest, but these are paid in full at the time of amortization. It is usually issued at a discount, that is, the interest it accrues is deducted from the acquisition price.

Origin: Bank of Spain

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