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1. Interest rates - securities - bonds.

Abbreviation for coupon rate. The periodic rate of interest paid on bonds and money market securities, stated as a percentage of the principal and usually paid out once or twice a year, depending on the terms of the issue.

2. Interest rates.

The periodic rate of interest paid under any other contract.

3. Interest.

The periodic money amount of interest paid under any related contract.

4. Retail.

In retail, a coupon is a voucher that gives a discount on a retail product or service, or sometimes a free item.

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