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Floating Rate Bonds

Floating rate bonds have a rate of interest that is not fixed and changes over time. Typically, a floating rate bond’s interest rate is tied to an external benchmark interest rate. For example – The RBI’s floating rate bond’s interest rate is tied to the interest rate of NSC or National Savings Certificate and is always 0.35% higher than the NSC interest rate. The advantage of investing in floating rate bonds is that their price volatility is very low. However, floating rate bonds work against the investor when interest rates are falling. This makes them a double-edged sword.

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Showing list of 14,572 bonds

Bond name

Rating

Coupon Rate

Payment Freq

Maturity Date

CRISIL
AAA
6.35%Annually30 Jun 25
Unrated
Variable Couponon Maturity15 Jan 24
Unrated
7.25%on Maturity30 Sep 24
CARE
A
12.85%Monthly25 Oct 26
ICRA
B+
9.40%Annually21 Apr 23
INDIA
AA
8.57%Semi Annually26 Jul 23
INDIA
AAA
7.18%Annually11 May 35
Unrated
NIFTY LINKEDon Maturity01 Nov 23
Unrated
RESET RATEMonthly01 May 25
Unrated
11.25%on Maturity08 Jul 23
Unrated
RESET RATE (REFER REMARK)on Maturity24 Oct 25
Unrated
12.50%Annually02 Mar 30
CARE
D
9%Annually01 Mar 27
Unrated
11.25%Quarterly21 Jan 49
Unrated
18%on Maturity10 Feb 21
Unrated
10.50%Semi Annually30 Apr 22
Unrated
0.01%Annually29 Jun 30
Unrated
17.05%Quarterly03 Feb 42
Unrated
12%Monthly28 Jul 26
CRISIL
A
9.50%Annually23 Dec 24
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Bonds are investment instruments that represent a loan made by the investor to a borrower like a corporate or government. The borrower borrows money for a stipulated period of time during which it pays interest to the investor. The loan (or principal) is returned to the investor at the end of the period which is denoted by the bond's maturity date.
Bonds are considered to be safer than equity or stocks. Bond investments should be considered by investors who have a low risk profile or who want to diversify their investments beyond stocks.
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