Source of Repayment Proceeds
The source of payment for corporate bonds is the issuer’s ability to generate cash flows, primarily through its operations. These cash flows depend on the issuer’s financial strength and integrity. Because corporate bonds carry a higher level of credit risk than otherwise similar sovereign and non-sovereign government bonds, they typically offer a higher yield.
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