Yes, debt securities can be traded on stock exchanges or over-the-counter markets.
Debt securities represent a loan to an issuer with a fixed maturity date and interest
payments, while equity securities represent ownership in a company.
Debt securities are generally considered safer than equity securities due to their fixed
repayment schedule and lower volatility. Though Safety of the instrument is more dependant
on issuer credit rating.
In case of default, the investors may lose a portion or all of their investment, depending on
the terms of the security and the issuer's financial condition.
The interest payments on debt securities are typically calculated as a percentage of the
principal amount, also known as the coupon rate, and paid periodically until the maturity
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