Fixed-income bonds are financial products that provide interest earnings over a specified amount of time. Additionally, at maturity, the bondholder receives the principal, explains the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Th... More » Business & Finance Investing

Fixed-income investments provide returns to investors in the form of fixed periodic payments on a predetermined schedule, explains Fidelity. Certificates of deposit, bond funds and fixed-income exchange-traded funds are ... More » Business & Finance Investing

Barclay maintains a number of fixed-income securities indexes, according to the bank's website. These include global indexes as well as regional indexes for the United States and Canada, Europe, Asia and emerging markets... More » Business & Finance Financial Calculations

Some fixed-rate bonds include U.S. Treasury bills and corporate bond funds that offer fixed interest rates, as Advisory HQ describes. The U.S. Treasury Department issues series I and series EE fixed-rate bonds to investo... More » Business & Finance Investing

A call option provides an investor with the right to purchase an asset such as a stock, commodity or bond at a specified time during a specified time period, explains Investopedia, whereas a put option provides an invest... More » Business & Finance Investing

Common bond types include U.S. government bonds, municipal bonds and corporate bonds, according to Investopedia. Different bonds, such as convertible and callable bonds, also offer varying payment schedules and terms. More » Business & Finance Investing

Israel bond rates change twice monthly, except for eMitzvah and Mazel Tov bonds, which change monthly, states the Development Corporation for Israel. At maturity, eMitzvah, Mazel Tov and Sabra bonds pay principal and int... More » Business & Finance Investing