The rate of interest paid on a fixed income investment or bond Coupons can be paid annually, semi-annually or quarterly or as agreed in the terms of the security The coupon rate can be fixed or floating for the term of the security If it is a floating rate then it is likely that it will be linked to a benchmark such as the 90 day bank bill rate The coupon rate is set by the issuer based on a number of factors including prevailing market interest rates and its credit rating Fixed rate bonds in Australia predominantly pay a semi-annual coupon whereas floating rate bonds predominantly pay a quarterly coupon Indexed linked bonds usually pay quarterly coupons For example, a $500,000 bond with a fixed rate semi-annual coupon of 4% will pay two $10,000 coupons each year« Back to Glossary Index
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