Business, 12.11.2019 03:31, OnWheels

When the yield curve is upward-sloping, then: short-maturity bonds offer the highest coupon rates. long-maturity bonds are priced above par value. short-maturity bonds yield less than long-maturity bonds. long-maturity bonds increase in price when interest rates increase.

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