Index linked bond

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A security paying a coupon that varies according to some underlying index (often called index linkers) - not a fixed, nominal coupon nor a coupon at a margin above a published reference rate.

The most common class of index linked bonds are inflation linked bonds paying a coupon linked to inflation so as to provide a real return.

For example UK Index Linked Gilts or US Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS).


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