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What is quoted price for a bond?
A bond quote is the last price at which a bond traded, expressed as a percentage of par value and converted to a point scale. Par value is generally set at 100, representing 100% of a bond's face value of $1,000. For example, if a corporate bond is quoted at 99, that means it is trading at 99% of face value.
What is quoted price?
Quoted price refers to stock, bond or other security quotes. A stock quote is an estimate of price or a price at which one party is willing to buy or sell a certain number of shares of stock from the other. A quoted price consists of a bid price and an ask price.
What is the quoted price of a bond?
What Is a Bond Quote? A bond quote is the last price at which a bond traded, expressed as a percentage of par value and converted to a point scale. Par value is generally set at 100, representing 100% of a bond's face value of $1,000.
What is a broker quote?
Definition of Broker Quotes. Broker Quotes means the written Mid-Market price quotations for monthly NYMEX Henry Hub Gas Prices obtained from OTC Brokers.
Is a quote a final price?
A quote (or quotation) is an exact price for the job being offered. As such it is fixed and CANNOT be changed once it has been accepted by the customer (unless the customer changes the amount/type of work required or you discover something completely outside of the scope of what was agreed).
Why are bonds quoted at clean price?
Use of the clean price also serves to differentiate interest income (based on the coupon rate) from trading profit and loss. It is market practice in US to quote bonds on a clean-price basis. When a bond settles the accrued interest is added to the value based on the clean price to reflect the full market value.
Are bond prices quoted clean or dirty?
The $980 price quote is the clean price of the bond since it does not reflect the accrued interest on the bond. Although bonds are typically quoted in terms of the clean price, investors pay the dirty price unless the bond is purchased on the coupon payment date.
Why are bonds quoted in 32nds?
Prices are quoted in 32nds of a dollar. The market for these securities is decentralized, but because the secondary market in Treasury securities is highly competitive, prices for actively traded issues tend to be similar throughout the market, which is global.
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