DEFINITION
Interest-Bearing Instruments

"Interest-bearing instruments": Securities that pay interest at a specified rate either at periodic intervals or at maturity - unlike discount instruments, where the return is earned by the increase in value to the redemption amount, from the discounted amount of the initial investment.
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