A bond is a loan that is sold in shares as a security. Corporations and government entities (bond issuers) sell bond shares to raise money for special projects, expansion,
or simply to cover budgeted expenses. One who purchases a bond is called the bondholder. The terms of the bond specify when and how the bond issuer will repay the principal to the bondholder.
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