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Zero curve

• Is a yield curve comprised of the yields of zero coupon bonds arranged over time. Frequently, this arrangement is graphically portrayed starting with the shortest maturities and progressing to the longest maturities. This curve would provide the basis for pricing other securities using iterative or interpolation techniques.

 
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