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What are the different types of bonds that pay interest, i.e. government, muni, corporate, investment grade, high-yield, and zero coupon?

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TYPES OF INTEREST PAYING BONDS

1. Government Bonds: Government bonds are usually referred to as risk-free bonds, because the government can raise taxes or simply print more money to redeem the bond at maturity. A typical government bond is the treasury bond.
a. Treasury Bonds - ...

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