A bond with a coupon rate of zero, therefore, is one that pays no interest. However, this does not mean the bond yields no profit. Instead, a zero coupon bond generates a return at maturity.
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The United States 10Y Government Bond has a 1.336% yield. Central Bank Rate is 0.25% (last modification in March 2020). The United States credit rating is AA+, according to Standard & Poor's agency. ... United States Government Bonds - Yields Curve.
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A zero-coupon bond is a debt security instrument that does not pay interest. Zero-coupon bonds trade at deep discounts, offering full face value (par) profits at maturity.
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