Briefly explain the meaning of a “floating rate” bond.

CPA-Financial-Management-Section-3 Revision kit

Floating rate bond
Bonds are said to be issued at a floating rate when the interest payable on the par value varies over the life of the bond in line with movements in the rates in the market typically based on the interest changeable on the short term-term treasury assets

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